Joanne Price has taught classes at Penland School of Crafts, University of Minnesota, Augsburg College, College of Visual Arts, Minnesota Center for Book Arts and Highpoint Center for Printmaking, and community classes at Kentucky Public Libraries. Price worked at non-profit art centers Highpoint Center for Printmaking and Minnesota Center for Book Arts for 9 years. While printing professionally for Highpoint Editions, Price directly collaborated with artists Santiago Cucullu and Kinji Akagawa on moku hanga projects and assisted in printing and proofing with Julie Mehretu, Carlos Amorales, Jessica Rankin, Rob Fischer, Chloe Piene and many more visiting artists. Currently, Price is the President of the Wood Engravers’ Network and works part-time as an artist and sole proprietor of Starpointe Studio and collaborates with colleagues at Hound Dog Press in Louisville, KY.
In addition to participating in national and international exhibitions, Price was awarded a Fellowship from Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in April 2014 to study insects in their collection and within the park boundaries, resulting in a forthcoming artist’s book of engraved insects. In 2009, Price was awarded a year-long Jerome Book Arts Fellowship grant and support from the Minnesota Center for Book Arts to create the artist’s book Palm Tree Story. Price’s art is included in the collections of the Guangdong Museum of Art, China; Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum, Two Rivers, WI; Yale University, New Haven, CT; University of Colorado, Boulder, CO; University of Denver, Denver, CO; University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; and many more public and private collections.