Jennifer Mack’s current body of work investigates societal conformities that isolate and confine individuals into pre-defined identities. She holds an undergraduate degree in Studio Arts, a Master’s degree in art education from Tufts University, and an MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute. Mack was selected and lectured at the 2ndAnnual International Mokuhanga Conference, 2014, at the Tokyo University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan. She has exhibited in galleries and museums including, Newark Museum in New Jersey, International Print Center in New York, Brooklyn Museum in New York, and Mason Murer Gallery in Georgia. She received “The Elizabeth Catlett Printmaking Award” given by Hampton University Museum in 2005. Agnes Scott College and Clark Atlanta University has recently acquired her work to add to the college’s/university’s permanent collections. Mack’s work is also included various private collections throughout the U.S. and Japan. She currently works in New York City.