Janet Turner Print Museum

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Making her Mark: Women Printmakers at the Turner


 October 31 - December 17, 2022

Making her Mark celebrates groundbreaking women artists in the Turner collection. Founded by Janet Turner, Chico State’s first printmaking professor, the Turner has a unique responsibility to elevate the work of female printmakers. Featuring pieces by major 20th and 21st century artists, Making her Mark investigates the links between feminism and activism, women’s work and artistic labor. Using intimate detail or monumental scale, scathing satire or playful commentary, these women have left their mark on art history and our contemporary world. 

Generously sponsored by the Chico State Women's Philanthropy Council.

Curator Talk & Opening Reception

Thursday, November 10 | 5:30 PM

Arts and Humanities Recital Hall, followed by a reception at the Turner.

Documenting Dreams: Juana Estrada Hernández and Humberto Saenz

Nopalaso en nombre de Neustras Familias

 Juana Estrada Hernández, Nopalaso en nombre de Nuestras Familias, 2021. Lithograph. © Juana Estrada Hernández

January 23 - April 1, 2023

A joint show featuring two artists selected from the Spring 2022 exhibition, The Fierce Urgency of Now: Socially Engaged Printmaking.

27th Juried Student Print Exhibition and 20th Ink & Clay

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April 17 - May 13, 2023