Maria G. Pisano

Maria G. Pisano has an MFA in Book Arts from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and an MFA in Printmaking from Brooklyn College. Her works have been exhibited widely, in museums and galleries.
She is the director of MGP Studio Arts, New Jersey. Her oeuvre encompasses prints, works on paper and artists' books, published under the Memory Press imprint.
Memory Press book works are in numerous private and public collections including the Library of Congress, The University of Connecticut, University of Delaware, The New York Public Library, Princeton University, Stanford University, and Virginia Commonwealth University.

She has been the recipient of number of artist in residence awards and also received the New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship.

Maria G. Pisano has written articles for numerous book arts publications, including Bound & Lettered. Over the years has been continually involved in curating exhibits.

She teaches all aspects of the book arts, papermaking, printing, bookbinding and conservation and is an adjunct professor at Rosemont College in PA. She has taught conservation courses at Rutgers University Library School, book arts at Mason Gross and at the RCIPP and given numerous workshops in book arts, printmaking and conservation at The Center for Book Arts in NY, Oklahoma Arts Institute, the Printmaking Council of NJ, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, at her studio and other venues.


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Classes where Maria G. Pisano taught

Bookbinding and conservation - Book's learning paths