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Japanese Woodblock (Mokuhanga),
Jennifer Mack-Watkins holds an undergraduate degree in Studio Arts from Morris Brown College, a Master's degree in art education from Tufts University, and an MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute. She has exhibited in several galleries and museums including the Newark Museum in New Jersey, the International Print Center in New York, Rush Art Galleries, the Brooklyn Museum, and Mason Murer Gallery in Georgia. She was a recipient of "The Elizabeth Catlett Printmaking Award" given by Hampton University Museum. Both Agnes Scott College and Clark Atlanta University have acquired her work, adding to their permanent collections. In 2014, Jennifer was selected and lectured at the 2nd Annual International Mokuhanga Conference at the Tokyo University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan. Recently, Jennifer was selected to participate in the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory artist-in-residence program in Yamanashi, Japan in the summer of 2015. Mack-Watkins participated in the Rush Arts Gallery 20th Anniversary Exhibition and Print Portfolio that was exhibited in Brooklyn, New York and at Miami SCOPE. The Joan Mitchell Foundation nominated her as a 2015 Emerging Artist. Jennifer currently lives and works in both New Jersey and New York City.