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Jeff Rathermel

Jeff Rathermel

Education & Professional History

University of Minnesota, BFA, MFA.

At Carleton since 2003.

Courses Taught This Year

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Art & Art History

Jeff teaches papermaking and other classes associated with paper arts during selected terms.

He is the Artistic Director for the Minnesota Center for the Book Arts in Minneapolis.

Perlman Teaching Museum

Jeff Rathermel is Carleton’s new Director and Curator of the Lawrence ’60 and Linda Perlman Teaching Museum. He succeeds Laurel Bradley, who retired in July 2017.

Jeff has worked for Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis as artistic director since 2004, and added executive director duties in 2010. He’s served at numerous institutions in higher education as a visiting or adjunct faculty member, including as a visiting assistant professor at Carleton from 2003-09, teaching classes in book arts and papermaking.

A 1987 graduate of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a BS in sociology and public administration, Jeff also holds a MA from the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota in public affairs and non-profit management, as well as a BFA and MFA from the University of Minnesota in printmaking and book arts.

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