Biography: Steven Foutch

Steven Foutch, Assistant Professor of Printmaking & Drawing

Steven Foutch is an assistant professor of printmaking and drawing at the University of Dallas. Throughout his career, he has honed his skills in stone lithography, intaglio, letterpress, book arts and papermaking, while also caring for individualized studios and developing the conceptual core of his own work.Steven Foutch

Prior to joining the University of Dallas, Foutch served as director of operations at an online commercial printing company in Athens, Ga. Teaching was one of his central responsibilities, as he was accountable for the education and training of three department managers and nearly 60 employees. His main success was in forging a strong relationship with The University of Georgia's Printmaking and Book Arts Department through the creation and continuance of internship programs.

Foutch also taught digital printmaking at The University of Georgia, where he prompted his students to create conceptually driven, technically ambitious, artwork while researching their ideas and providing sources to strengthen the content of finished pieces.

Foutch earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill., and his Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in printmaking from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. His work has been shown in national and international exhibitions.

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