iachelle Hill
Instructor, Printmaking
Art + Design
College of Arts and Sciences
Courses Taught
Printmaking I
Research Interests
Rachelle Hill is Chicago-based artist with a background in printmaking and textiles. Her current work explores mapping as a way to investigate land and identity, creating a dialogue through the use of abstraction to contemplate how home and landscape condition the way we approach the world utilizing both print and installation.

Master of Fine Arts, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Exhibitions

30 artists - 30 years Exhibition, Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Chicago, IL Four 

Rivers Print Biennial, Carbondale Community Arts, Carbondale, IL

3rd Midwest Open, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL

The Lure of the Local, Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago, IL

In Residence, Lillstreet Art Center Gallery, Chicago, IL

Locality and Change, Bancroft Street Market Gallery, Omaha, NE Trace (Mapping Space), 

University of North Texas, Denton, TX En Route: Natasha Kohli and Rachelle Hill 

Exhibition, North Park University, Carlson Tower Gallery, Chicago, IL

MAPC Member Exhibition, University of Wyoming, Visual Arts Building Gallery, Laramie, Wyoming

Chicago Printers Guild Publishers Fair, Constellation, Chicago, IL

nitty-gritty (MFA group show), ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL

Paean to Place (MFA Thesis Exhibition), Annette and Jerry Johns Student Gallery, DeKalb, IL

9th International Printmaking Biennial, Miguel Torga Cultural Space, Douro, Portugal Exposed Strata, Bronze Grand Salon, Bally’s Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Existential Credit, Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Chicago, IL

Four Rivers Print Biennial, Gallery 304, Carbondale, IL

Office Hours
11:30 a.m.-noon Tuesday and Thursday
Main Campus