MEET OUR MONITORS
Eric Bohrer is printmaker, painter, and sculptor originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently based in Brooklyn, his work in both silk screen and relief printing tends to draw from observations of the artistic process as a philosophical practice. He received and MFA in Studio Art from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2022, and a BFA in Art History from Reed College in 2017.
Kyra Gregory is a painter/printmaker/multimedia artist based in Queens, NY. They graduated from Princeton University in 2019 with a major in Visual Arts and certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Kyra works primarily in woodcut relief and often uses their prints to construct print and painting-based collages. Their work is rooted in an existential search for self and community and driven by their personal experiences with queerness, mental illness, and spirituality.
Ariadne Manuel is a multidisciplinary artist working in printmaking and sculpture. Her art explores niche and vulgar narratives within natural history. She received a BFA from New York University with a Minor in Art History. Ari takes great pride in sharing her passion for printmaking with others, especially screen printing, linocut, and intaglio etching.
Our volunteer monitors keep the studio running smoothly for our members, while using the studio to expand their own printmaking practices.
Interested in becoming a monitor? Contact the MGC management team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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