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SPECTRUM highlights the works of fourteen talented printmakers from the Radical Intersectional Printmakers' Guild. This visually stunning showcase shares the rich tapestry of human experience, delving into the multifaceted spectrums of gender, sexuality, disability, ethnicity, migratory status, and race. Spectrum is a celebration of printmakers' multifaceted lived experiences, an homage to the countless ways in which our lives intricately connect, contributing to the vibrancy of our world.


SPECTRUM is our member's exhibition, juried by Fuko Ito. This show has been graciously hosted by the Todd Art Gallery at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). An accompanying publication has been produced through the efforts of Nick Satinover and the MTSU printmakers. We are very grateful to everyone involved in this exhibition - without them, this would not be possible! 

Exhibition Dates: January 12th - 31st

Livestreamed Juror's Talk: January 20th, 4 pm CST 

Get the Publication (Coming Soon)

Follow @mtsuprintmakers and @toddartgallery (and of course, @riprintguild) on Instagram for more!


Fuko Ito, bellow's chime2022. Watercolor, colored pencil, and gel pen on paper, mounted on wooden panel, 22.5 x 24 in. 

our Juror - Fuko Ito

Fuko Ito hails from Kobe, Japan where she grew her love for storytelling through reading books and comics. She moved to the US to study printmaking and drawing and currently resides and works in Lexington, KY as an artist and educator. Through drawing and storytelling, Fuko hopes to take her viewers onto a plushy, heartfelt journey to an imagined, soft alternate universe inhabited by a community of naked and radically soft creatures known as fumblys.

For Zoom access to Fuko's talk on January 20th, email us at




Becci Spruill

Brett Taylor

Evan Maddox

Grace Bougher

Ina Kaur

Jake Lahah

Jency Sekoran

Lilliana Reinoso

Melody Vasquez

Peri Law

Tanushree Vachharajani

Taro Takizawa

Tristen Luken

Veronica Leto

Peri Law, at the altar2023. Sixteen layer screenprint on coventry rag, 11 x 14 in. 


Juror's talk
Fuko Ito

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