• Profile:

    Michael Kirk is an artist, educator and master printmaker. His solo exhibitions include the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University Duke House, New York City; Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Gallery, NYC; The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA; Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima, Peru; Norske Grafikere, Oslo, Norway and many other national and international venues. His works are in the collections of The Brooklyn Museum; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institute; National Museum of Art; ICPNA, Lima, Peru; Municipal Council, Moracado, Venezuela; and numerous university and corporate collections. In addition to his role at The New School/Parsons he is a professor of printmaking at Pratt Institute and has been a visiting professor at Columbia University and Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, National Academy of Arts, Norway. He resides in downtown Manhattan.

    Degrees Held:

    MFA, Pratt Institute


    Research Interests:

    works on paper, drawing, painting, intaglio, relief, silkscreen, art history, artist books

    Awards And Honors:

    Fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts, ED Foundation

    Art residencies at Au Fort, Cameret Sur Mer, Brittany, France; Kunstnerhuset, Lofoton, Norway

    Current Courses:

    Etching (Spring 2021)

    Introduction to Printmaking

    Relief Printmaking: Integrated (Spring 2021)


    Screenprint: Digital

    Screenprint: Digital (Spring 2021)