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Ross Mazzupappa is the Assistant Professor of Printmaking and Photography at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Ross specializes in Printmaking and Historic Photographic processes. He attended Youngstown State University where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art Printmaking/Painting in 2012. Ross went on to receive his Master of Arts in Printmaking with a minor emphasis in Sculpture from the University of Iowa in 2014, and his Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking with a minor emphasis in Photography from the University of Iowa in 2015. Ross’s artwork primarily focuses on issues surrounding the Rust Belt region of the United States. In 2015, he was granted a copyright for his research in developing a new photomechanical etching process. The process was demonstrated at the 2016 Mid America Print Council Biannual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. His work has been shown nationally and internationally in various juried exhibitions, portfolios, and collections
Christina Humble received both her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Education degree at Youngstown State University in 2011. She graduated from American University in Washington, DC with her Masters in Fine Arts in Studio Art. Christina is an interdisciplinary artist who works in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, and video. The themes of her work are often based on self-reflections and personal observations that she re-conveys into broader ideas about society. She has worked and shown nationally and internationally. She participated in a Study Abroad in Venice, Italy, studying etching and art history in 2010. In 2013, she participated in an artist residency in Berlin, Germany through Glougair Studios.