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Jade Hoyer ’07

Assistant Professor of Art, Art and Art History

In her multimedia artistic practice, Hoyer employs installation, printmaking, papermaking, and social practice to examine social issues, particularly related to questions of multiracial identity and environmental justice. She has exhibited her work internationally and has been recognized by organizations including the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Windgate Foundation, the Colorado Department of Higher Education, the William Morris Society in the United States, and the Minnesota State Art Board. Her work is in collections such as the Museum at Texas Tech University’s Artist Printmaker Research Collection, the Association of Pinoy Printmakers, Philippines, and the Museu da Gravura de Curitiba, Brazil.


At Carleton since 2022.

Current Courses

  • Fall 2023
    ARTS 110: Observational Drawing
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    ARTS 274: Printmaking – Silkscreen and Relief
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    ARTS 291: Independent Study
  • Winter 2024
    ARTS 110: Observational Drawing
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    ARTS 278: Printmaking: Intaglio Processes
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    ARTS 291: Independent Study
  • Spring 2024
    ARTS 291: Independent Study
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    ARTS 298: Junior Studio Art Practicum
  • Fall 2024
    ARTS 110: Observational Drawing
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    ARTS 274: SIlkscreen Printmaking
  • Winter 2025
    ARTS 110: Observational Drawing
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    ARTS 276: Design Fundamentals, Zines, and Artistic Publications
  • Spring 2025
    ARTS 298: Junior Studio Art Practicum
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    ARTS 374: Advanced Printmaking
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