Printz is also an educator who has honed her skills in a variety of classroom situations from museums to large public research universities. She has taught a wide range of two-dimensional media at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as, public art and professional practices. Her teaching collaborations include an art and physics class. She believes art education is a successful way for students to develop their creative language and the soft skills needed in today’s world. Jennifer Printz’s scholarly output includes papers given at the SGC International, College Art Association, and Southeastern College Art conferences. The Norton Simon Museum included her essay “Print University” in Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California. She has also been an active arts leader serving as President of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society and Vice President of External Affairs for SGC International and was awarded a NCAA Emerging Arts Administrators Fellowships. Currently, she teaches at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
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