Alicia McKim incorporates traditional printmaking and letterpress processes with alternative techniques to facilitate her prints and artists’ books. Much of her work focuses on written language and its intricate system of codes and constructs that are woven into contemporary society. She exhibits her artists’ books and prints internationally, and her work is in numerous private and public collections including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Getty Artist Book Collection, the Walker Art Center, and the Harvard Printing and Graphics Collection. Her work has been published in 500 Handmade Books, Volume 2, Bound and Lettered and Calligraphy Review magazines. She is a founding member of Mo’Print, the Month of Printmaking Colorado and is on the board of the Invisible Museum.
Voluminous Art, Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA
Master Printmakers and Print Educators in Colorado, McNichols Building, Denver, CO
2D Design, Design Lab, Experimental Typography, Form + Content, Graphic Design Internship, Graphic Design Graduation Portfolio, Graphic Design Senior Portfolio Review, Methods of Inquiry, Printmaking I, Printmaking II, Senior Studio, Senior Studio I, Sign + Symbol, Sophomore/Junior Portfolio, Special Topics in Graphic Design, Special Topics in Graphic Design: Books, Boxes, and Portfolios, Topics in Color Space, Type & Layout, Typographic Design, Vector Illustration, Visual Sequencing