JOHN HITCHCOCK • Hybridpress

Education

1997 M.F.A. Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas.

1990 B.F.A. Cameron University Lawton, Oklahoma. Printmaking/Drawing.

 

Employment 

2001-present University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor (2011-present), Associate

Professor of Art (2006-2011), Assistant Professor (2001-2006).

 

Leadership Positions 

2016- 2021University of Wisconsin-Madison Associate Dean for the Arts, School of Education

2017- 2018 University of Wisconsin-Madison Chair of Theatre and Drama 

2014- 2016 University of Wisconsin-Madison Faculty Director The Studio-Creative Arts & Design Community

 

Residencies 

2022 The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Plains Indian Museum Cody, Wyoming.

2021 University of Indiana the Eskenazi School of Art, Bloomington, Indiana.

2021 Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, Oregon.

2019 The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Plains Indian Museum Cody, Wyoming.

2018 The Plains Art Museum Hannaher’s, Inc. Print Studio, Fargo, North Dakota.

2017 The University of Montana Missoula, The Matrix Press, Missoula, Montana.

2017 The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Plains Indian Museum Cody, Wyoming.

2017 Izote Editions, Xalapa, Mexico.

2016 University of Denver Denver, Colorado.        

2014 University of Hawaii at Hilo Art Department Hilo, Hawaii.

2013 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2012 American Culture Center in Shanghai Shanghai, China.

2011 Venice Printmaking Studio, Venice, Italy.

2009 Frans Masereel Centrum for Graphix Kasterlee, Belgium.

2008 Proyecto’ace, International Center for Visual arts in South America Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2007 Vermont Studios Center Residency Full Fellowship, Johnson, Vermont.

2005 Cultural Collision! U.S.–N.Z. ‘Te Kura Toi O Buck Nin –Buck Nin School of Arts’ Te Wananga O Aotearoa, Auckland, New Zealand.

2005 Te Mata Gathering of Contemporary Indigenous Visual Artists Residency. Toimairangi School of Maori Visual Culture Te Wananga o Aotearoa, Hastings, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.

Grants, Honors, Awards and Fellowships (selected) 

2022 Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2019 Kellett Mid-Career Award University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2016-18 Emily Mead Baldwin Award in the Creative Arts University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2012-15 The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Artistic Innovation and Collaboration

grant, New York.

2011-13 Arts Institute Creative Arts Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2004 CitiArts Grant Shared with Derrick Busich. Madison, Wisconsin.

03-05 Vilas Associate Grant The Graduate School, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2003 Distinguished Alumni from the School of Art, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

1999-2000 Jerome Foundation Artist in Space Program Intermedia Arts, Installation

Art Commission, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1998 Project Funds from Texas Tech University Art Department for Days of Invention:

Emerging Artists of the South Plains panel discussion with artists Steve Deo, Rosalie

Favell, John Hitchcock, Wendy Mahsetky Poolaw and Tom Poolaw. Moderator, Edgar

Heap of Birds, Lubbock, Texas.

1997 American Photography Institute, National Graduate Seminar Tisch School of Art, New York University, New York. Fellowship.

 

Solo Exhibitions

2021

Shouting Lightning from Their Eyes, Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be, LH Horton Jr. Gallery, San Joaquin Delta

College, Stockton, California.

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be, Watermark Art Center, Miikanan Gallery, Bemidji, Minnesota.

 

2020-21    

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Oregon (catalog).

 

2020          

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be, Saint John’s Art Center, Saint Johns Minnesota.

 

2019

America! America! Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, Montana.

Flatlander: Belonging to the Land The Bethel University Art Department/Galleries

Olson Gallery, St Paul, Minnesota.

 

2018         

Flatlander: Belonging to The Land Mulvane Museum, Topeka, Kansas.

Flatlander: Belonging to The Land The Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota.

Flatlander: Belonging to The Land, The Ski Club Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

John Hitchcock: Printmaker and Activist, Benedictine University, Komechak Art Gallery, Lisle, Illinois.

 

2016

Traces of the Plains Caestecker Gallery of Art, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin.

 

2015-2016

National Sanctuary The Museum of Wisconsin Arts, West Bend, Wisconsin.

 

2015          

Storms of War The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, Texas.

Beads and Buffalo Gallery 2000 Middleton High School, Middleton, Wisconsin.

 

2014

Traces of the Plains The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Ghosts of Brutality Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.

Bombs and Buffalos Catich Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center, St. Ambrose University,

Davenport, Iowa.

 

2013          

Re-Envisioning the Plains Millsaps College, Lewis Art Gallery, Jackson, Mississippi.

Owl Portraits Little Mifflin Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.

John Hitchcock Works on Paper Sundance Theater, Madison, Wisconsin.

John Hitchcock Works on Paper Edenfred, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

2012          

Retracing the Plains Bethel College Art Department, North Newton, Kansas.

Envisioning The Plains American Culture Center in Shanghai, Shanghai, China. (2012-2013)

John Hitchcock: Protectors Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin.

Traces of the Plains Caestecker Gallery of Art, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin.

 

2011

Epicenter/Epicentro: Re Tracing the Plains on the occasion of La Biennale di Venezia 54th International arts exhibition, University of Ca' Foscari, Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati, Venice, Italy.   

Epicenter University of Texas, Arlington.

Epicenter Herron School of Art, Indianapolis Indiana.

 

2010               

Epicenter Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas.

 

2009               

Impractically Political Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Silver Spring, Maryland (Fall).

 

2008

Expansion Proyecto’ace, International Center for Visual Arts in South America,

Políglota Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.   

Fear Mongers! Visual Arts Center, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho.

 

2007               

Collateral Consumption University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

They’re Moving Their Feet--But Nobody’s Dancing A 24 hour Print Action!

The School of Art & Design Coyne Gallery, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.

Random Acts of Discipline Leslie Powell Foundation Gallery, Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

2005          

Invisible Invaders University of New Mexico-Gallup, New Mexico.

Fright Sleep Taste Offering Shift Slow Down Clown Western Michigan University,

Gallery II, Sangren Hall, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

 

2004          

Terminal The University of Arizona, School of Art Tucson, Arizona.

E-Motion An Interactive multimedia Installation and Works on Paper by John

Hitchcock. AICH Gallery, New York, New York.

When We Reach 87 Billion STOP! Interactive Print Action University of North

Texas, Denton, Texas.

Frenzy Feeds Addiction Brookhaven College, Dallas Texas.

Exit Strategies: current works on paper and interactive art Macalester College Art

Gallery, St Paul, Minnesota.

Sleeper at Work Gail Floether Steinhilber Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin,

Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

 

2003               

Boilermaker Performance/Give-Away. Georgia College & State University, Department

of Art, Milledgeville, Georgia.

Conspicuous Consumption Xavier University, Department of Art Cohen Center Art

Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sleeper at Work The Southwest School of Art and Craft, San Antonio, Texas.

Buyers Remorse: works on paper Citi Arts Space, Madison, Wisconsin.

Recent works by John Hitchcock Bemidji State University, Minnesota.

What Would John Wayne Do? Wisconsin Academy Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

2002          

Fragments installation concurrent with Cross Generational exhibition. North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Fragments Laredo Community College, Laredo, Texas.

 

2001

Progress Kiehle Gallery, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota.

 

2000               

Ritual Device: Curios From the New Frontier Living Arts of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

 

1999

Ritual Device: Curios From the New Frontier University of Northern Iowa Gallery of

Art, Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Ritual Device Intermedia Arts, Artist in Space Installation, Jerome Foundation,

Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

1998          

What is a Family Western Texas College, Snyder, Texas.

 

1997          

Transmission Texas Tech University Center, Lubbock, Texas.

Hybrid MFA Thesis Exhibition. FOVA Galleries, Texas Tech University, Lubbock,

Texas.

 

1996         

Polychronicle University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.

 

1995          

Polychronicle Gary Stewart Gallery, Lubbock, Texas.

 

1994          

Memorial Installation with natural materials in Llano River, Junction, Texas.

Group Exhibitions (Selected)

2022

No More Stolen Sisters, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.   

Intercambios: Art, Stories, & Comunidad, University of Wisconsin-Madison School        

of Human Ecology Ruth Davis Design Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.

Animal, Invitational, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

2020-2021

Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia, curated by Sheila

Goloborotko, Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida. (Group).

MATRIX Press: 20 Years of Collaboration Jundt Art Museum, Spokane, Washington,

 

2020

Bury the Hatchet/Prayer for my P’Ah-Be Faculty exhibition Chazen Museum of Art, Madison Wisconsin  

Celebrations, North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota. A multi-media celebration of Native American Art including: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Julie Buffalohead, Rick Bartow, John Hitchcock,   Emmi Whitehorse, George Morrison, N. Scott Momaday, Leonard Baskin, Glen Hanson, Fritz Scholder, Truman Lowe, Jessie Palczewski, Robert Desjarlait, Beverly Poppe, and Rena Effendi.

Crossings: Remembrance and Celebration Community Altar Project, Chazen Museum of Art, featuring Carolyn Kallenborn, John Hitchcock, Dakota Mace, Roberto Torres, Juan DeHoyos, Ana Paula Fuentes Quintana, and Erasto “Tito” Mendoza Ruiz, Madison, Wisconsin.

Faculty Exhibition 2020 Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin. (Spring)

 

2019

Bury the Hatchet Wisconsin Triennial, Madison Museum of Contemporary Arts,

Madison, Wisconsin.

Migrating Heritage featuring Annalise Gratovich, John Hitchcock, Michael

Menchaca, and Ernesto Ortiz Leyva, Till Richter Museum for contemporary Art,

Buggenhagen, Germany.

Contemporary Indigenous Voices Featuring: Melanie Yazzie, Joe

Feddersen, Sara Siestreem, John Hitchcock, Duane Slick, Jason Clark and Molly

Murphy-Adams, University of Missoula, University Center Gallery, Missoula, MT.

 

2018

Original Warriors featuring Rick Bartow, Miridith Campbell, T.C. Cannon,

Melissa Doud, Teri Greeves, John Hitchcock, Tom Jones, Monty Little, Clarence

Monegar, Lloyd Kiva New, and Horace Poolaw, curated by Ash Kyrie and Tom Jones,

The National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, Illinois.

Migration Heritage featuring Annalise Gratovich, John Hitchcock, Michael

Menchaca, and Ernesto Ortiz Leyva, The Art Gallery at the College of Staten Island, City

University of New York, Staten Island, New York.

Donde esta mi pistola arpón Till Richter Museum for contemporary Art, Buggenhagen, Germany.

Vox Populi Print Collective, SCOPE Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland and ToolBox

Gallery in Berlin, Germany.

Encuentro (Encounter), curated by Ruthann Godollei for the IMPACT 10 International

Print Conference, Santander, Spain.

 

2017       

Native Art Evolving, featuring Tom Jones, John Hitchcock, Roberto Salas, Truman Lowe, Promega Bio Pharmaceutical Technology Center, Fitchburg, Wisconsin.

Los Norteños the Instituto de Artes Plásticas, Featuring Emily Arthur, Adriana Barrios, John Hitchcock, Andy Villanueva, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Mexico.

Published by the Artist International Print Center New York, New York)

The Buffalo in the American Living Room Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota.

New Impressions: Experiments in Contemporary Native American Printmaking

Organized by the International Print Center New York, IAIA Museum of Contemporary

Native Arts, Anne and Loren Kieve Gallery and Fritz Scholder Gallery, Santa Fe, New

Mexico.

 

2016       

Contemporary American Prints Curated by Andrew DeCaen, Il Bisonte Foundation for Printmaking, Florence, Italy.

 

2014-15    

Ciclos/Cycles Organized by Alicia Candiani, Proyecto 'ace, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

2016       

East Coast Screenprint Biennial Curated by Nathan Meltz, Arts Center of the Capitol

Region, Troy, NY Main Gallery.

 

2016        

Back Where They Came From Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kansas City,

Missouri.

Binary Harmonies: An Exploration into Current Practices in Post Digital Printmaking Organizer: Dylan McManus, Disjecta, Portland, Oregon. (group)

Conveners: A collaborative printmaking exhibition Red Line Denver, Colorado.

Free Radicals: Remixing History Through the Power of Print Nash Gallery,

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. . (group)

 

2015        

Weaving Past into Present: Experiments in Contemporary Native American

Printmaking Curated by Sarah Diver. (group) International Print Center New York, New

York. IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2017

 

2016

Wisconsin Triennial Madison Museum of Contemporary Arts, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

2015-16    

National Sanctuary The Museum of Wisconsin Arts, West Bend, Wisconsin. (solo)

 

2015       

Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay at the Crisp-Ellert

Art Museum Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida; Wright Museum of Art Beloit

College, Beloit, Wisconsin; The A.D. Gallery University of North Carolina-Pembroke,

Pembroke North Carolina.

Drawn from the McClung Museum Coordinator: Sydney Cross, McClung Museum of

Natural History and Culture, Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

2014-15  

Ciclos/Cycles Curated by Alicia Candiani, Proyecto 'ace, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

2014       

On Fertile Ground: Native Artists in the Upper Midwest Curator Dyani White Hawk

Polk, All My Relations Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Songs for Spirit Lake North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

 

2013      

Air, Land, Seed on the occasion of the 55th La Biennale di Venezia. University of

Venice Ca’ Foscari, Venice, Italy and 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Songs for Spirit Lake at the Robert Rauschenberg Project Space, New York, New York.

 

2012       

Collaboration: A la Rauschenberg, Rena Effendi, Bill Harbort, John Hitchcock, Terry Jelsing, Mary Lucier, and Tim Schouten. North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

 

2011

Wind On Earth, Neal Ambrose-Smith, John Hitchcock, America Meredith, & Melanie

Yazzie. Haydon Art Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.

 

2010       

Wind Weaver and the Whirling Wheel: a Tale of Wolfbat Romance John Hancock,

John Hitchcock, an Dennis McNett. University of North Florida Contemporary Museum

of Art, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

2009       

Urgency and Agency: Multiples in the Public Space (solo exhibition) IMPACT 6

International Print Conference, Bristol School of Creative Arts, Bristol, England (UK).

 

2010       

HOT PLATE Phoenix Brighton Gallery, England, UK.

International Print Triennial-Vienna 2010. Künstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria.

 

2009       

Num_errance Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières.

Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada.

 

2008   

Power and Currency Curated by: Natalie Kates. Factory Fresh Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.

 

2007       

The 14th International Tallinn Print Triennial, Political Poetical, Kumu Art Museum

of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia. 

The Falun Triennial 2007-Contemporary Print Art Dalarnas Museum, Falun, Sweden.

New Prints 2007/Summer–Silkscreen International Print Center New York, Chelsea,

New York.

 

2006       

Diagnosis of a knot, a lump, an Itch and Scratch a collaborative Installation between

Jennifer Angus and John Hitchcock. London Print Studio, London, England, UK.

 

2005       

Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation, Part 2, Contemporary Native North

American Art from the Prairie, Plains, Plateau and Pacific Curated by Ellen Taubman

and David McFadden. Museum of Arts & Design, New York, New York; Eiteljorg

Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (2006); Naples

Museum of Art, Naples, Florida. (2007); Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

(2007); Anchorage Museum of Art History, Anchorage, Alaska. (2007); Weisman Art

Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (2007)

 

Publications (SELECTED)

2022 Yve Chavez and Nancy Marie Mithlo, "Visualizing Genocide: Indigenous Interventions in Art, Archives and Museums,” published by The University of Arizona Press.

 

2021Dustin Tahmahkera, PhD, “PROFILE: Comanche Printmaker, Musician & Educator John Hitchcock,” First American Art Magazine, (No. 31, Fall 2021pg 55, 53, 54, 55)

 

2021 Dustin Tahmahkera, Brandon Reintjes, Emily Mills, Bury the Hatchet: Prayer for my P’ah-Be Catalog (58 pages color) is published in conjunction with the exhibition Bury the Hatchet: Prayer for my P’ah-Be at the Portland Art Museum from Mach 7, 2020 to March 21, 2021.

 

2020 Virtual Exhibition Walk Through, Kathleen Ash-Milby, Curator of Native American Art,       Portland Art Museum, “Bury the Hatchet: Prayer For My P'ah-Be.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYFDdFr1yMo&feature=youtu.be

 

2020 James Bailey, “MATRIX Press: 20 Years of Collaboration,” Jundt Art Museum, Spokane, WA, (full color, 60 page catalog 2020).

 

2019 Sunday Night records, John Hitchcock, Bury the Hatchet Music Recording, Album

Release of limited edition of 200 white 12-inch vinyl album, four letterpress prints, CD

and Digital downloads at Sunday Night records: https://sundaynightrecords.com/

 

2018 Laura Youngbird, Connie Gibbons, Rebecca West, Hunter Old Elk, James Bailey,

Flatlander Belonging to the Land, published by Midwest Story Lab for the exhibition

the Mulvane Museum, Topeka, Kansas and Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota.

 

2018 Phillip Earenfight, “Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas

Bay,” Published by Dickinson College.

 

2018 The Shape of Things: Molly Murphy Adams, John Hitchcock, Sara Siestreem,

Duane Slick, publisher: Missoula Art Museum and by MATRIX Press Director James

Bailey (Spring 2018)

 

2017 Heather Ahtone, Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25, published by Hallie

Ford Museum of Art (October, 5, 2017)

 

2017 Dusty Herbig, Ten+Years of Lake Effect Editions, published by Syracuse University

School of Art, Lake Effect Editions (Fall 2017)

 

2016 Nathan Meltz, “East Coast Screenprint Biennial.” Arts Center of the Capitol

Region, Troy, NY (Fall 2016)

 

2015 Sarah Diver, “Weaving Past into Present: Experiments in Contemporary Native American Printmaking.” International, Print Center New York, New York, New York (Fall 2015)

 

2015 Stephanie Standish, E. Ashley Rooney, American Print Makers, Schiffer

Publishing, Atglen PA (2015).

 

2014 Perspectives & Parallels: Expanding Interpretative Foundations with American

Indian Curators and Arts Writers. Published by The Tweed Museum of Art. (2014)

 

2014 Impact 8, International Printmaking Conference, Published by Scotland Visual

Research Centre Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design University of Dundee.

 

2014 “On Fertile Ground, Native Artist in the Upper Midwest.” All My Relations Gallery,

Minneapolis, Minnesota (Fall 2014)

 

2013 Air Land Seed, Published by 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico (catalog) 

 

2013 American Print Makers Stephanie Standish, E. Ashley Rooney, Editors, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen PA (2013).

 

2011 Jessica L. Horton, “Gloria. Allora & Calzadilla, Epicenter/Epicentro: Re Tracing

the Plains. John Hitchcock in collaboration with The Dirty Printmakers of America.”

hemispheric institute e-misférica (8/1/2011)

 

2011 Sue Gollifer, Art Space, Digital Creativity Publisher: Routledge (2011)

 

2010 Carinna Parraman, “Book Review of Installation and Experimental Printmaking.”

Printmaking Today (UK) Published by Cello Press (Summer Issue 2010): 42.

2010 Georg Lebzelter,  International Print Triennial-Vienna Publisher: Künstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria. (Fall 2010).

 

2009 Josh MacPhee, Paper Politics: Socially Engaged Printmaking Today Publisher: PM Press (October  2009).

 

2009 “Num_errance Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières.” Trois-Rivières, Quebec.

 

2009 Beauvais Lyons, Multiple x Multiple: A Survey of Contemporary Print MediaPublished by The Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. (September 2009)

 

2009 Joe E. Sanders, MATRIX: Contemporary Printmaking Published by The Florida State University-Museum of Fine Art, Tallahassee, Florida. (September 2009).

 

2009 Nancy Marie Mithlo, Visiting: Curatorial Conversations in Native North American Art.  American Indian Curatorial Practice 2008: State of the Field  Published by The University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Ford Foundation.

 

2009 Alexia Tala, Installations and Experimental Printmaking Published by A&C Black, England. (2009).  

         

2009 Ina-Maria Greverus; Ute Ritschel (Eds.) Aesthetics and Anthropology Performing Life – Performed Lives Publshed Published by LIT Verlag Berlin, Germany.

 

2009 “6th Novosibirsk Graphic Biennial.” Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Novosibirsk, Russia.

 

2008 “Celebrating Exhibition of RAMSAR Conference 2008” Gyeongnam Art Museum, Masan, Korea. Catalog.

 

2008 “Objetivos Móviles:Transporte Cultural.” Arte al día Magazine (News Argentina Edición #152, March 2008)

 

2008 Guido Carelli Lynch, “An urban intervention in the Urquiza railway switch on the debate by the public art.” Ñ Magazine (Tuesday March 04, 2008)  

 

2007 Yasha Wallin, “SILKSCREENS New Prints 2007/Summer” International Print Center New York, New Prints Program Curatorial Essay (Summer 2007)

 

2007 “Gyeongnam International Art Festival 2007.” Gyeong Nam Museum Masan, Korea.

 

2007 “Further...Artists from the Book 'Printmaking at the Edge.” The Museum of Photograph Hanmi Foundation of Arts & Culture, Seoul, Korea. (2007)

2007 “The 14th International Tallinn Print Triennial, Political Poetical.”Kumu Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia.

 

2007 FaluTriennalen 2007 Contemporary Print Art, Dalarnas Museum, Falun, Sweden.

 

2007 John Armstrong, “Diagnosis of a knot, a lump, an Itch and Scratch a collaborative Installation between Jennifer Angus and John Hitchcock.” Open Studio, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Spring 2007)

 

2006 W. Jackson Rushing III, “Of This Continent” American Indian Art Magazine (Winter 2006): 69

 

2006 Richard Noyce, Printmaking at the Edge Book Published by A&C Black, England.  

          

2006 Sujin Shin, “Crossing Gene (Hybrid) -American and Korean Printmaking Exchange Exhibition” Published by Sun Contemporary Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

 

2005 Josh MacPhee, “PAPER POLITICS An Exhibition of Politically & Socially Engaged Printmaking.” Seattle Prints (Spring 2005)

 

2005 Ellen Taubman and David Revere McFadden, Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation, Part 2, Contemporary Native North American Art from the Prairie, Plains, Plateau and Pacific” Published by the Museum of Arts & Design, New York City.

2004 International Darmstadt Forest-Art-Path- “Expeditions” and Symposium Darmstadt, Germany. (Fall 2004)

 

2004 Kathryn J. Reeves, “Hitchcock’s Terms” University of Arizona School of Art, and Joseph Gross Gallery “John Hitchcock: Terminal” exhibition. (Fall 2004)

 

Collections 

Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, Oregon (2021); University of Indiana, Bloomington (2021); The Tweed Museum, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota (2019); The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Plains Indian Museum, Cody, Wyoming (2018); The Mulvane Museum, Topeka Kansas (2018); The UIHC Project Art, Medical Museum, Iowa City, Iowa (2018); The Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri (2017); Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas (2016); Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw Sate University, Kennesaw, Georgia (2016); The Wright Museum Beloit College Beloit, Wisconsin (2015); McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee (2015); Proyecto´ace Print Collection, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2014); Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University, Chico, California (2013); Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio (2013); North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota (2001, 2013); Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota (2012); Contemporary Art Museum, Hong-ik University, Seoul, Korea (2011); Denver Art Museum's Modern & Contemporary Art Collection, Denver, Colorado. (2007, 2011); Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane Washington (2011); Erie Art Museum, Erie, Pennsylvania (2005, 2011); Printmaking Museum of Douro, Alijó,-Portugal (2010); Turku Art Museum, Turku, Finland (2010); Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (2010); Proyecto´ace Print Collection, Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2009); Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane, Washington. (2008); Kumu Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia. (2007); The Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri. (2007); The Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art Collection, Pont Aven, France (2006); Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu, National Museum in Poznañ, Poland (2005); Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, California (2005); Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. (2005); The Corcoran College of Art & Design, Washington, DC. (2005); Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey (2004); Rhodes University, School of Fine Art, Grahamstown, South Africa (2003); Southwest Collection, Texas Tech Museum of Art, Lubbock, Texas (2003); Spencer Museum, Lawrence, Kansas (2003); Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. (2003); The Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota (2001); Sherman Alexie, artist, writer, producer (2000); Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico. (1997)