Nick Satinover is an infinitely curious maker of things, currently residing outside of Nashville, TN. 

He works across several media, but is most often found in the printmaking studio. 

He earned his BFA from Wright State University, Dayton, OH, and his MFA from Illinois State University, Normal, IL. 

He has been an artist-in-residence at Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium, Kala Arts Center, Berkeley, CA, In-Cahoots, Petaluma, CA , and the Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA. 

His work has been shown widely in juried, group and solo exhibitions across the United States. 

He is currently an Associate Professor of Print Media at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro where he also coordinates the studio art BFA degree. 

He shares a home with his twin boys, partner Brittany, and rescue animals (Neko and Gracie). 

His work is represented by Manneken Press, Bloomington, IL.

In addition to his independent practice, Nick collaborates on a long-distance conceptual print/performance/publishing project with Tampa, FL artist Ry McCullough called small_bars.

Social Media: @nicksatinover / @mtsuprintmakers / @blendhits / @small_bars_small_bars


Full CV available upon request.