Visiting Assistant Professor
Jacquelyn Strycker is a Brooklyn/Queens-based artist working primarily in printmaking, collage and fibers-based media. She is concerned with the relationship between decoration and function, and invested in material exploration and handicraft.
Strycker has a BA in Visual Arts from Columbia University and an MFA from Tyler School of Art. Her work has recently been exhibited at Print Center New York; Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC; Kunstraum Gallery, Brooklyn; Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, MD; Peep Space, Tarrytown, NY; Collar Works, Troy, NY; and Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, among others. She has participated in residencies at Institute for Electronic Arts, Alfred; ArtPod, Berlin; Gaia Studio, Jersey City; The Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY; and the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson. She is a member of the inaugural cohort of Print Center New York’s New Voices program, a 2023 Queens Art Fund grant recipient, and is an artist-in-residence at the Museum of Arts and Design.
MFA, Printmaking, Tyler School of Art, Temple University
BA, Visual Arts, Columbia University