Kate Leavitt, Associate Professor
Kate Leavitt, Associate Professor of Art and the Robert Davidson Chair in Art, received her BFA from the University of Southern Maine and her MA in Printmaking and MFA in Painting from the State University of New York at Albany. She later apprenticed at the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico, where she received the title of Tamarind Master Printer. She teaches courses in Printmaking, Drawing and Painting and manages the Department’s Printmaking Studio, and she frequently lectures and gives demonstrations on various printmaking and book art techniques, including the innovative arts of laser photo-litho and photopolymer intaglio. She exhibits her work extensively both regionally and internationally, most recently at the Southern Graphics Conference in Boston, the Qingdao International Print Biennale, the Society of American Graphic Artists in NYC, and the exhibition 40 Artists/40 Miles at the Art Center for the Capital Region in Troy.