Frontiers in Printmaking conference presenter information
Sean Caulfield
After completing his MFA in printmaking at the University of Alberta in 1995, Sean Caulfield spent five years working in the United States, first at Northern Illinois University as a Visiting Professor, and then at Illinois State University as an Assistant Professor. In 2001 he returned to Canada to work at The University of Alberta as a Canadian Research Chair in printmaking. 
During the last six years Professor Caulfield has participated in a wide range of national and international exhibitions throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, and Japan. Significant exhibition during this period include: 
• “International Print Triennial Kracow 2000
•  Bridge to the Future,” Kracow, Poland
•  “Re-membered Image
• ” Gallery of the Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan
• “2nd International Triennial of Graphic Art
• ” Prague, Czech Republic
•  “Ljubljana Biennial Print Exhibition
• ” The Modern Gallery and Tivoli Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 
Awards and grants received during this period include: 
• SSHRC Fine Arts Creation Grant
• Canada Council Travel Grant
• Visual Arts Fellowship
• Illinois Arts Council, Illinois, USA
•  Prix Banque Nationale du Canada
• Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada
• Second Place in the Second Annual Great Canadian Printmaking Competition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
• Grand Prize in the Third 21st Century Grand Prix Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan. 
Professor Caulfield’s work is in various public and private collections including: Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, USA; LiuHaisu Art Museum of Shanghai, Shanghai, China; Purdue University Galleries, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA; Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Ernst and Young, Toronto, Canada; University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Alberta Art Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Panel: International Printmaking: A Unique Overview
Topic: Printmaking in Canada
(Thursday morning)
Open Portfolio Feature: Prints from Alberta, Canada

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