Jennifer Scheuer is an artist and collaborative printer invested in lithography and the history of print. Scheuer holds the position of Visiting Assistant Professor at Purdue University. Scheuer was awarded an Artist in Residence at St. Michael’s Print Shop in St. Johns, NL Canada in June 2017, and taught lithography at the Wells College Summer Institute. She is currently organizing a portfolio with Raluca Iancu about the Las Vegas Strip and pop-up animation for the 2018 SGCI Conference in Las Vegas, NV. In 2017 Scheuer organized a book arts portfolio “Where we have gone, before we go..” for the 2017 SGCI conference in Atlanta, GA, and participated in the 2017 Frogmans Workshop Portfolio. Recent solo exhibitions include galleries at St. Johns University/College of St. Benedict, MN and Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA. She exhibited in a two person show with Beauvais Lyons in 2017, and was invited to participate in the 57th Midwestern Invitational at the Rourke Art Museum. Recent portfolio exchanges include “Useful Work versus less Toil” for the Mid America Print Conference exhibited in Louisville, KY (September 2016), and “The Matrix Print Exchange” at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, ND (October-January 2017). For the 2015 SGCI conference she organized an INKubator session on photogravure.
Scheuer received her MFA in Studio Arts: Printmaking at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and the Southern Graphics Conference International Graduate Student Fellowship in support of her thesis. Scheuer gave a talk at the 2013 SECAC conference in October titled “Doctrine of Signatures: Visualizations, Mnemonics, and the Divine.” In 2010 she attended the prestigious Tamarind Institute’s Printer Training Program in Albuquerque, NM. Scheuer received her BFA from Minnesota State University in Moorhead, MN, while attending undergraduate she interned at the Hannaher Print Studio at the Plains Art Museum. Her most recent work utilizes photogravure, lithography, bookmaking, and relief. Scheuer has an interest in social service and served in the Americorps National Civilian Community Corps.
To contact Jennifer Scheuer and to request a c.v. please email jenscheuer[at]yahoo[dot]com.