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The Printmaking Center of New Jersey
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For over two years, Rachel has worked as the Program Studio Manager for the Printmaking Center of New Jersey, developing education programming, co-planning fundraisers and events and promotional materials, as well as managing classes, interns, studio usage and maintenance. She was previously Assistant Client Manag… Read More
For over two years, Rachel has worked as the Program Studio Manager for the Printmaking Center of New Jersey, developing education programming, co-planning fundraisers and events and promotional materials, as well as managing classes, interns, studio usage and maintenance. She was previously Assistant Client Manager in package design at Haney, for Procter & Gamble accounts in Cincinnati, OH, while also a printmaking instructor at Tiger Lily Press. Rachel ran open studio sessions, did contract printing, was on the board, and assisted in planning a state-wide conference.

In the past, Rachel has been the printer for artist Jay Bolotin and other Cincinnati artists, and was an editioning intern at Island Press, Washington University, St Louis for the summer of 2013. Previously she was graduate administrative associate for Ann Hamilton and Michael Mercil at The Ohio State University in Columbus where she received an M.F.A. in printmaking in 2011.

Rachel’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as Hoofprint Workshop, Chicago, IL, The National Arts Club, NYC; the King St Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary; Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH; Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; the Arts Club of Washington, DC; The Corcoran Gallery Museum, DC, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, MD; The Boston Printmakers, MA; and the National Academy Museum, NYC. Read Less
  • Studio Program Manager
    The Printmaking Center Of New Jersey — Somerville, NJ, USA
  • Assistant Client Manager
    Haney Inc — Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Prototype Specialist
    Haney Inc — Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • editioning intern
    Island Press, Washington University — Saint Louis, MO, USA
  • Instructor, printer, board member and Studio Monitor
    Tiger Lily Press — Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Artist Assistant and Printer
    Jay Bolotin — Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Self-Employed Printmaker and Fine Artist
    Rachel E Heberling — Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Graduate Administrative Associate
    Ann Hamilton Studio — Columbus, OH, USA
  • Artist Assistant
    Logan Elm Press — Columbus, OH, USA
  • Exhibition Assistant
    The Ohio State University Urban Arts Space — Columbus, OH, USA
  • Assistant in Press Maintenance
    Suitcase Press — Lewisburg, PA, USA
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant
    Bucknell University Department Of Art — Lewisburg, PA, USA
  • Gallery Installation and De-Installation Crewmember
    Samek Art Gallery — Lewisburg, PA, USA
  • Teaching Assistant
    Top Floor Studio — Lewisburg, PA, USA
  • Front-Desk Receptionist, Gallery Sales, and Store Clerk
    GoggleWorks Center For The Arts — Reading, PA, USA
  • Printmaking Intern
    Corridor Press — Otego, NY, USA
  • Printmaking Studio Monitor
    Kutztown University Fine Arts Department — Kutztown, PA, USA
  • Intern in Intaglio Printing
    Evan Summer — Kutztown, PA, USA
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Rachel’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as Hoofprint Workshop, Chicago, IL, The National Arts Club, NYC; the King St Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary; Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH; Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; the Arts Club of Washington, DC; The Corcoran Gallery Museum, DC, Pyramid … Read More
Rachel’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as Hoofprint Workshop, Chicago, IL, The National Arts Club, NYC; the King St Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary; Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH; Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; the Arts Club of Washington, DC; The Corcoran Gallery Museum, DC, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, MD; The Boston Printmakers, MA; and the National Academy Museum, NYC. Read Less
They come from dreams: the stuff of nightmares. I can’t comprehend until after it happens. Drawn objects from the past (carriers of other memories, combined) attempt to divine some meaning. Unfamiliar images foreshadow in the flash of single frames. I fix them into permanence: etched into metal, drawn onto stone, … Read More
They come from dreams: the stuff of nightmares. I can’t comprehend until after it happens. Drawn objects from the past (carriers of other memories, combined) attempt to divine some meaning. Unfamiliar images foreshadow in the flash of single frames. I fix them into permanence: etched into metal, drawn onto stone, in hopes of finding my way back. Communication seems severed, but perhaps something can still transmit through the static. Read Less
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