Grigor-Taylor was the Director from 1969-1973. Grigor-Taylor introduced artists from California and England who were unknown on the east coast. In 1971 he presented a solo exhibition of R. B. Kitaj’s complete graphic work (The Print Center purchased Photo-Eye, color … Read More
Ofelia Garcia was the Executive Director from 1978 to 1984. In 1978, The Print Center’s sixty year long practice of selling prints while having nonprofit status was scrutinized by the federal government. The Board of Governors decided to separate The … Read More
Jane Landis began working at The Print Center in May of 1984 as Assistant to the Director. In January of 1986, she became Acting Director when Ofelia Garcia departed for the Atlanta College of Art. She remained Acting Director until … Read More
Anne Schuster Hunter directed The Print Center from 1987 to 1989. During her tenure she focused on returning The Print Center to its historical position as an organization encouraging printmaking and photography in all forms as exciting, adventurous, contemporary media. She and … Read More
Kathleen Edwards served as the Executive Director from 1989 until 1998. She set out to make the organization as well-known within the city as it was nationally and internationally. She recognized a national trend toward collaborative printmaking and a second wave … Read More
Christine Filippone led The Print Center from 1998 until 2003 during a new cultural era; one in which fundraising and marketing became essential for the well being of a nonprofit. Until Filippone’s arrival, The Print Center was run by a full-time … Read More
Michal Smith served as Executive Director from 2004 – 2006.
Appointed in 2006, Elizabeth (Liz) Spungen’s tenure at The Print Center has been marked by programmatic and administrative accomplishments. She has developed numerous major individual and institutional gifts, among them the largest gift ever received by The Print Center naming … Read More
In 1925, Mrs. Crawford was appointed the first Director. Earlier, the organization had been led by the efforts of Mrs. Laurence Eyre, the first President, Executive Secretary Mrs. Elizabeth Forbes Dallam, and her assistant, Miss Flora Lash.