Print, Paper & Book Arts
Printmaking (Serigraphy, Lithography, Intaglio)
Patricia Carter, MFA, Rutgers University, is a professor of paper, print, and bookarts in the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art and has expertise in printmaking, papermaking, bookmaking, and art education. She also served as the chair of the Department for 10 years.
Under her leadership, the number of art majors more than doubled in size and the Department relocated to its current multiple facilities. Carter’s return to faculty allows her to focus on passions that she had temporarily set aside – teaching, making art, and contributing to academia.
Carter is a contributing writer to Instructional Materials, Instructor’s Guide, Student Study Guide, World of Art, Art Forms, Art Connections, page 5 Art Education Classroom Text, grade K – 1 and the Georgia Artists Collection at Georgia Southern. She curated Your Cultural Conscience, in which she arranged for the Guerrilla Girls to visit Georgia Southern’s campus.
Carter’s dedication to teaching was recognized when she received the University’s Award for Distinction in Teaching.
Visual Arts Building
M.E.D., Art Education
Georgia Southern University
Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts
BA., Studio Arts and Journalism
Rutgers University, Douglass College for Women
Student Art League