Susan J. Goldman

(American b. 1981)


Susan J. Goldman is an artist, master printmaker, filmmaker, and teacher. Goldman received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Indiana University-Bloomington in 1981 and her Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University-Tempe, in 1984. Since completion of graduate school, Goldman has always had a working studio, and other artists have always sought her out to either train them or assist them to produce their work. After moving to Washington in 1990, Goldman taught printmaking at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, MICA, Georgetown University, while simultaneously working for ten years as a Master Printer and Program Director at Pyramid Atlantic (a non-profit center for papermaking and printmaking). Goldman developed many wonderful relationships with artists with whom she had printed with over the years. 

Susan began Lily Press® as a private studio in 2000. In 2006 she realized her first collaborative projects, co-publishing an edition of linocuts with Elizabeth Catlett, producing monotypes and screen print editions with Michael Gross, and in 2010, four suites of etchings with Renee Stout and a portfolio of etchings with Jake Muirhead. From 2000-2012 was Adjunct Professor and Master Printer for Navigation Press at George Mason University-Fairfax, printing for artists William T Wiley, Enrique Chagoya and Karen Kunc. Since 2012 Goldman sustains a full time vibrant studio practice working with many artists including  Renee Stout, Preston Sampson, EJ Montgomery, Eve Stockton, Miriam Morsel Nathan, and most recently, Sam Gilliam. Susan produces and exhibits her own work nationally and internationally. Her work is in private and public collections worldwide. 
She is Founding Director of Printmaking Legacy Project®, a non-profit dedicated to the documentation, preservation and conservation of printmaking practice and history. Goldman received a National Endowment for the Arts Grant 2011-12, as producer and director of Midwest Matrix ®, an hour-long documentary videotape DVD on the fine art printmaking tradition of the American Midwest. With Lily Press®, Goldman as Artistic Director, has created a studio where printmaking can continue to survive, as well as thrive, and has provided a place of community for artists. In doing so, Goldman has established herself as a valuable player in the future of the print.

Artist Statement

The tradition, both old and revived, in which I work is the art of the print. I am an artist most fluent in monotype, intaglio, screenprinting, and woodcut. Also as a master printer I guide other artists in these processes.
My earlier prints include figures and objects in imagined landscapes and still-lives, filled with a mélange of iconography from the ancient past.  Derived from many historical sources, I arranged these images into a context that at once felt rhythmic and graphic. The scale was usually large, relating to human size. It is more than coincidence that this first shift in my work occurred after I gave birth to my own daughters and after travels to the Mediterranean region. I was very intent on dealing with the theme as woman as a vessel. 
These vessels are metaphors for life. They began with an interest in ethnic women’s forms-African, Cycladic, Egyptian, the subjects of ancient urns and vases. The pure, rich colors and clearly modeled forms reflected the music and richness of these ancient universal female ancestors.  Then the focus shifted and the images transformed to the women themselves as vessels: literally bearing and containing new lives and new identities.  Drawing on a myriad of female forms, welcoming the fact that these earlier feminine icons have cross-cultural significance, often appearing as popular design motifs, these images served as shared shorthand for the interrelationship of all things. 
In many of my monotypes and woodcuts, inspired by Morocco, vessels swirl and careen, dissolving into each other, into shadow, and into light. Hand-stamped patterns, both organic and geometric, both define forms and defy forms - signifying how visual variety both creates and blurs boundaries. These vessel prints are a marvelous commentary on human nature and the nature of beauty: no matter how much are brains have supposedly mutated as a result of advertising, infinite graphic bombardment, and new technology, a hand-pulled impression on paper of some gold/blue/brown/pink pitchers has the power to catch our eye and hold our hearts. I feel that through these types of images, I am expressing my feelings about the continuum of the human experience and its connection to the present.
 In my current work, I am exploring the visual power of color and the symbolism of the circle. The inspiration for this new direction came from a popular app, Candy Crush. These prints are inspired by the candy featured on the game as well as memories of candy bought and consumed over numerous summer beach vacations. The pure pleasure of beautiful licorice candies, geometrically and colorfully delectable have inspired this work. The simplicity of candy, both in its literal sense and in its appearance on popular social media apps, has brought me into a rich and mysterious study of the history of the circle. The circle with its center than can be attached to the center of a candy and the center of the universe.
The circle has many interesting associations and appears in a number of artistic forms: the halo, the rainbow, the ring, the wheel, and the circle dance mandala. In Sanskrit, Mandala literally means circle and center or "Holy Circle", and is essentially a vehicle for concentrating mind. Jung states that in considering the symbol of the circle, "we are analyzing the self." Joseph Campbell says, "The circle on represents totality. Everything within a circle is one thing, which is encircled, enframed, that would be the spatial aspect. But the temporal aspect of the circle is that you leave, go somewhere, and always come back. The circle suggests immediately a completed totality, whether in time or in space."
An ever enduring image the circle, explored by so many artists from Sonia Delaunay, Judy Chicago, Robert Smithson, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, the idea never grows old. To scale, my prints of targets and totems are life size, composed with deeply saturated hues. These prints invite the observer to delight in one of the great primordial images of human kind.


2016 “To Be Black in White America”, Sondheim Prize and Artscape Gallery Network, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD
2016 “Biannual Printmaking Exhibition”, The Old Print Shop, New York, NY
2016 “Lily Press Prints”, 2016 SGCI FLUX Portland, Publisher Fair, Portland, OR
2016 “It’s All About Art”, Capital Art Fair, Arlington, VA
2016”Circle of Friends”, Alper Initiative for Washington Art, American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC
2015 “Monoprints from Lily Press: The Art of Susan Goldman and Gina Marie Lewis”, Heurich Gallery,Washington, DC
2015 “Midwest Matrix: Texas”, 2016 Print Austin, Sarofim School of Fine Arts, Southwestern University, Georgetown,
2015 “Impressions and Permutations, New Works from Lily Press®”, Center for the Arts, Manassas, VA
2015 “Michael Gross, Susan Goldman and Anna Rose Soevik”, The Carlyle Hotel Dupont, Washington, DC
2015 “Fertile Ground: Midwest Printmaking Traditions”, Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, IN
2014 “Winter Contemporary Show”, The Old Print Gallery, Washington, DC
2014 “The World is Going to Hell and I am Printing Yellow”, Galerie Mrytis, Baltimore, MD
2010 “PRAYERS FOR LITTLE SOULS” portfolio for the children of 5/12/2008 china wenchuan earthquake , Shongkong /Guangzhou, China
2009 ART & SOUL CHARITY AUCTION, The Music Center at Strathmore, Rockville, MD
2009 TALLEROS, Works on Paper, Danzon Gallery, Washington, DC
2009 20 X 20, ART17, Coldwell Banker, Washington, DC
2009 NO DANGER, School of Fine Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2008 THE CONSCIENCE OF A NATION 2008, Gallery 123, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
2008 SUMMER HEAT, Gopalan Contemporary Art, Terre Haute Indiana
2008 KYOTO HANGA 2008, The International Print Exhibition, USA &Japan, Kyoto City Museum of Arts and the Tokushima Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Japan
2007 HER MARK: WORKS ON PAPER By WOMEN ARTISTSThe Ink Shop Printmaking Center & Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY
2007 ARTDC, Art Fair, Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
2007 THREE ARTISTS, Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD
2007 HER MARK, The Ink Shop Printmaking Center, Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY
2006 MONOTYPES, Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, NE
2006 COLORSENSE & SEQUENCE, Legacy Fine Art Group, Bethesda, MD
2006-05 DOMESTIC POLICY, Glass Gallery, University of Texas at El Paso; Phoebe Conley Gallery at California State University, Fresno, CA; Marian Graves Mugar Art Gallery, Colby Sawyer College,New London, New Hampshire; Jewett Arts Center Galleries, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; District Fine Arts Gallery, Washington, DC
2006, 2005 COLLABORATION AS A MEDIUM, 25 YEARS OF PYRAMID ATLANTIC, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD; The Edison Place Gallery, The Pepco Building, Washington, DC
2005 POWER POINT, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2004 VESSELS, Monotypes by Susan Goldman, Studio Upstairs, Washington, DC
2004 EAST & WEST: THE ASIAN AESTHETIC, The Ralls Collection, Washington, DC
2004 ART@WORK, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP, Tysons Corner, VA
2003 WITH THE VESSEL IN MIND, Eleven Eleven Sculpture Space, Washington, DC
2003 HISTORY AS MUSE, The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Frederick, MD
2003 21st WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL PRINT FAIR, Rossyln Westpark Hotel, Arlington, VA
2002 THREE PART HARMONY, PRINTS, Lipsett Gallery, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
2001 CROSSCURRENTS 2001, The Work of Pyramid Atlantic, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
2000 IN PRAISE OF PAPER, An Exhibit of American and Vietnamese Artists, Hanoi College of Fine Arts, Hanoi
2000 MP6, Monoprints By Six Artists, Gallery 505, Washington, DC
2000 22st Moussem, Assilah Foundation, Assilah, Morocco
2000 PRINTED IDENTITY, American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia, PA
2000 FROGMAN’s PRESS , University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
2000 PRINT ODYSSEY 2000, Towson University, Union Gallery, Baltimore, MD
1999 A PAINTERLY PRINT-MONOTYPE, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA
1999 CONTEMPORARY COLLABORATIONS, Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla, WA
1999 WASHINGTON ART-O-MATIC, The Manhattan Laundry, Washington, DC
1999 Dining with the Arts & First Annual Artist Home & Studio Tour, Montgomery County Arts Council, MD
1999 HYPERSALON, PRINTS & MULTIPLES, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean , VA
1998 A SAMPLING OF RECENT AMERICAN PRINTS, Addison/Ripley Georgetown, Washington, DC
1998 NEW PRINTS, Taylor Hodges Gallery, Raleigh, NC
1998 6TH INVITATIONAL PRINT & DRAWING EXHIBITION, Northern Virginia Community College, VA
1998 PYRAMID ATLANTIC: A STUDY IN COLLABORATION, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, DC
1999-96 BALTIMORE PRINT FAIR, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
1999-1997 WPA/CORCORAN ART AUCTION, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Institute of the Arts, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
1997 CROSSING OVER/CHANGING PLACES, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1997 PRINTS: WASHINGTON ’97, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1997 CONTINUUM, MEMORY IN MOTION, Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery, DCJCC, Washington, DC
1996 PHILLIPS COLLECTION ART AUCTION, Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
1996 METAMORPHOSIS - THE 1996 ART AUCTION, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1996 ARTS IN EMBASSIES PROGRAM, Maryland Printmakers, US Chancery, Brazzaville, Congo
1996 NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, Maryland Printmakers, Bethesda, MD
1996 THE PRINTMAKERS AND THE SCULPTOR, Lanning Gallery, Columbus, OH
1996 A BREATH OF FRESH AIR, Washington Printmakers Gallery, DC
1995 PLACES AND PASSAGES, An Exhibition of Prints By Three Artists, Mansion Gallery, Rockville, MD
1995 STATES OF ELVIS, Invitational, 23rd Southern Graphics Conference, Knoxville, TN, Traveling
1994/95 Invitational Exhibit, Office of Representative Albert Wynn, Cannon House Office Building, DC
1994 PAPERWORK, Shepard College, W.VA
1994 PERSONAL VISIONS: SIX WOMEN ARTISTS, Tatem Arts Center, Hood College, Frederick, MD
1993 SECRET PAGES, Maryland Art Place, Annual Benefit Exhibition and Gala, Baltimore, MD
1993-95 NATIONAL SCREENPRINT EXHIBITION, Invitational, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Traveling Exhibition
1993 COLLABORATIONS ON PAPER FROM PYRAMID ATLANTIC, Armory Gallery, Virginia Polytechnic University, Mountain Lake Workshop, Blacksburg, VA
1993 PARADISE ENDANGERED, THE NEW WORLD IN CONTEMPORARY PRINTS, Baltimore City Hall Courtyard Galleries, Baltimore, MD
1992 PRINTS & PAPERWORK BY THIRTEEN MID-ATLANTIC ARTISTS, Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD
1992 PYRAMID PRINTS, Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking, New Brunswick, NJ
1992 A SALUTE TO THREE ARTISTS, Miriam Perlman Gallery, Chicago
1992 ARTISTS PROJECTS: PYRAMID ATLANTIC, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA
1992 EMPOWERING MONOTYPE, Dadian Gallery, Washington, DC
1991 MEDICINE DANCE: OBJECTS OF SPACES & POWER, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
2015 A Path Through the Darkness, Whole, Sound, Color, Light, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Arts and Humanities Program Georgetown University, WDC
2011 NEW PRINTS, Marymount University, Arlington, VA
2010 LILY PRESS, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD
2009 WOODCUTS, Gopalan Contemporary Art, Terre Haute, IN
2005 MONOTYPES, Mary Ran Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
2004 MONOTYPES, Studio Upstairs, Washington, DC
2003 MONOTYPES, 5+5 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2002 VESSELS, Alex Gallery, Washington, DC
2002 THE CONTEMPORARY NARRATIVE, Agora Gallery, New York, NY
1999 VESSELS, RECENT MONOTYPES, The Arts Club of Washington, Washington, DC
1994 SOLO EXHIBITION, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
1994 MONOTYPES, Inner Space Design, Cincinnati, OH
1994 MONOTYPES, DC Jewish Community Center, Washington, DC
1993 RECENT MONOTYPES, Emerson Gallery, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
1993 MONOTYPES, Hamilton Street Club, Baltimore, MD
1992 MONOTYPES, Arnold and Porter Law Firm, Washington, DC
1991 RHYTHMS, Monotypes, The Art League Gallery, Alexandria, VA
1987 RECENT WORKS, Mary Leonhard Ran Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
1986 NEW DIRECTIONS, Emerging Artists Series, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, AZ
Abu Dhabi Nations Towers St. Regis, United Arab Emirates
Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH
Asilah Forum Foundation, Asilah, Morocco
AT&T, Alexandria, VA
Allstate Insurance Company, Chicago, IL
American Legacy Foundation, Washington, DC
Amoco Corporation
Amnesty International, Washington, DC
Anchor Press, Columbia College for the Arts, Chicago, IL
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Associates to the American Academy of Allergy, Immunology, Milwaukee, WI
Al Catel Data Networks, Ashburn, VA
Bear Club, Jack Nickalus Club, Jupiter, FL
Bell Core, Alexandria, VA
Booze Allen Hamilton, Washington, DC
Mr. & Mrs. Dixon Butler, Washington, DC
Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, NV
Capital One, Fairfax, VA
Carol Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
Champion International Paper, Philadelphia, PA
Chase Special Collections Center, Collum-Davis Library, Bradley University, Peoria, IL
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati Bell, Cincinnati, OH
Columbia Cellular, Alexandria, VA
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Family Nurturing Center, Cincinnati, OH
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, MI
Global Exchange, Bethesda, MD
Harris Fine Art Center, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
Hart Corporation, Chicago, IL
Heuser Art Center, Cradle Oak Press Archives, Bardley University, Peoria, IL
Illinois Bell Telephone Company
International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC National Bank of Detroit, Detroit, MI
Keathing Mueting and Klecamp, Cincinnati, OH
KPMGLLP, Washington, DC
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Marathon Oil DC Government Affairs Office, Washington, DC
Maricopa County Community College, Department of Art, Mesa, AZ
Marriott Hotels, Atlanta, GA
Montgomery County Art Collection
Ohio University, Department of Art, Athens, OH
People's First National Bank, Miami, FL
Prudential Insurance Company, Chicago, IL
Regus Business Center, Washington, DC; Reston, VA
Residence Inn, Marriott Hotels, Washington, DC
Rush Presbyterian Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios at the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ
Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
US Chanceries:  Embassy of Bolivia, La Paz, Bolivia; Embassy of Peru, Lima, Peru; Embassy of Poland, Krakow
United States Pharmaceutical Incorporated, Rockville, MD
University of Alberta, Department of Art & Design, Edmonton, Canada, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
University Permanent Collection, Mississippi State, MS
University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX, University of Utah, Department of Art, Salt Lake City, UT
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Riverdale, MD
Washington Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington, DC
Westinghouse, Chicago, IL, Yuma Art Center, Yuma, AZ, and Xerox Corporation
2017 Honorary Member of the Council Award, SGC International
2013 Southern Graphics Council International, Special Project Grant
2013 The International Fine Print Dealers Association, Project Grant
2011-12 Special Projects Grant,National Endowment for the Arts
2009 FY Creative Project Grant, Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC), MD
2007 Faculty Development Grant, Midwest Matrix Documentary, Department of AVT, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
2000 22st Annual Moussem, Artist-In-Residence, Asilah, Morocco
2000 Residency, Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY
2000 Faculty Development Grant, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC
1998-5 Artist-In-Education Grant, Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore, MD
1995 “Crossing Over/Changing Places,” Artist Exchange Program, Genoa/Palermo, Italy, United
States Information Agency, Arts America, Washington, DC
1994-95 Artist-In-Education Grant, Project Grant, Prince George's Arts Council, Riverdale, MD
1988-84 Artist-In-Education-Residence, Arizona Commission on the Arts
1986-84 Artist-In-Residence, Artist Effecting Student's Outgrowth and Progress, Tempe Elementary School District and the Fine Arts Center of Tempe, Tempe, AZ
1984-81 Scholarship, Graduate Academic and Tuition, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
1981 Award, National Society of Arts and Letters, Bloomington Indiana Chapter, Career Award in Memory of Dorothy Ziegler
2015 KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art & Art History, &
LMU|LA Loyola Marymount University; California State University -Long Beach,; University of Southern California, Los Angeles
2014 Is It A Good Print or Not?, Symposium: Robert Blackburn and the Modernist Movement in PrintsUMUC, Adelphi, MD
2014 Continuum, IU Cinema, Indiana University-Bloomington
2013 Fresh Cuts: Through the Matrix, Old Print Gallery, Washington, DC
2013 Inland Visual Studies Center Symposium, Bradley University, Peoria, IL   
2012 The Art of the Monotype, Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC
2012 University of Iowa and University Of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City  
2009 Guest Lecturer, Screenprinting Today, Curated by Dennis O’Neil, Atheneum, Northern Virginia Fine Arts Assoication, Alexandria, VA
2009 Visiting Artist, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
2008 Visiting Artist, SAM Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis, MO
2008 Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
2008 Visiting Artis , University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
2008 Visiting Artist, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2007 Points, Plots & Ploys, “Midwest Matrix” Chair of Panel, Southern Graphics Council Conference, Kansas City, MO
2005 Kontact, Impact Conference, Berlin/Poznan, Panel, Poznan, Poland
2004, 2003, 2001 “Monotypes”, Lecture/Demonstration, Fairfax County Art Teachers In-Service, Falls Church, VA
2000 “Credit and Non-Credit Options for Students Seeking Internship Alternatives and Continuing Education,”
28th Annual Southern Graphics Council Conference, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
2000 “Art On A Shoestring,” Presentation to Young Collectors’, Book Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC
1999 “Print Programs in the Community and the Institution,” Panel, Southern Graphics Council, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
1997 “Collaboration and the Role of Prints as Social Commentary,” Susan Goldman, Pyramid Atlantic & Juan Sanchez, New York, Crossing Over/Changing Places Exhibit, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
1997 “Working in Palermo,” Stefano Lo Presti, Director and Gianna di Piazza, Professor, Accademia di Belle Arti, Susan Goldman, Master Printer, Pyramid Atlantic, and Edgar Sorrells-Adewale, Professor, Howard University, Italian Cultural Institute, Washington, DC
1997 “The Monotype,” Lecture & Demonstrations, in conjunction with “Singular Impressions, The Monotype in America”, Smithsonian  American Art Museum, DC
1995 “Mixed Media in American Graphic Art,” Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti, School of Architecture, Genova, Italy, and Accademia Di Belles Arts de Palermo, Italy
1995 Panel, Innovation in Non-Toxic Collaboration in the Print Shop, Southeastern College Art Conference, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
1994 Lecture, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
1993 Lecture, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN
1993 Lecture, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
1993 Lecture, School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
1991 Lecture, "Pyramid Atlantic, A Center for Printmaking, Hand Papermaking and The Art of the Book,"Bradley University, Peoria, IL
1985 Lecture, "An Educational Design for Science Concepts Through the Visual Arts," University of Washington, Graduate School of Library Science and The National Science Foundation, Seattle, WA
2016  PRINTMAKING, Renwick Alliance, Renwick Gallery Grand Opening, Washington, DC
2014-11 TAKE FIVE, Printmaking Workshop, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
2013 MONOTYPES, Frogman’s Print Workshop, University of South Dakota, Vermillion
2011 FROGMAN’S PRINT & PAPER WORKSHOP, University of South Dakota, Vermillion
2006-07 PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP, German School, Potomac, MD
2007 - 5 SCREENPRINTS, Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, MD
2005 MASTERING MOMOTYPES, Frogman’s Press, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
2003 SCREENPRINT CONCERTINA BOOKS, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD
2001 MONOTYPE MASTERPIECES, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD
2000 MONOTYPES, Frogman’s Press, Summer Symposium, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
1999 WATERBASE MONOTYPES, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD
1998 Artist-In-Residence, Maryland State Arts, Hebrew Academy of Greater Washington, Silver Spring, MD
1997 MONOTYPE, National Museum of American Art, Teacher Training Workshops, Washington, DC
1997 “Pictures Fairest Lin’d”, Parent/Child Engraving Workshop, in conjunction with exhibit, “Impression of Wenceslaus Hollar” The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC
1997 FACES, Screenprint Workshop for Beacon Heights Elementary School, Riverdale, MD
2002, 1997-95 MAKING CONNECTIONS, Duke Ellington School Project, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD
Montpelier Cultural Center, Laurel, MD
1996 WATERBASE MONOTYPES, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York, NY
2000-1994 WATERBASE MONOTYPES & SCREENPRINTING, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD
1996-94 VISITING ARTIST, Laurel Woods Elementary School, Laurel, MD; Langley McCormick Park Elementary, Silver Spring, MD; Heather Ridge School, Frederick, MD; Forestdale Elementary School, Springfield, VA
1993 VISITING ARTIST, Waterbase Screenprinting, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
1993 VISITING ARTIST, Waterbase Screenprinting, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN
1993 VISITING ARTIST, Waterbase Screenprinting, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
1990 GEORGE CALEB BINGHAM, Family Program Tours, Department of Teacher & School Programs, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1989 Native American Monoprinting Workshop, Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
1988 BLOWN AWAY!: Chinese Landscape Painting Workshop, Arizona Museum for Youth
1988 ESQUELETOS BAILANDOS!, Mexican Folk Art Workshop, El Dia de Los Muertos, Phoenix Art Museum
1988 CIVIC CENTER CAMP, Collaborative Summer Program for Children, sponsored by The Phoenix Art Museum
1988-86 HELLO PHOENIX, City Wide Urban Arts Festival, sponsored by the city of Phoenix and Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ
1987 VERY SPECIAL ARTS ARIZONA, John F. Kennedy Foundation, festival for persons with disabilities to participate in the arts, Phoenix Festivals, Inc., Phoenix, AZ
1986 KEITH HARING PUBLIC WORKSHOP, drawing workshop with artist, Phoenix Art Museum
1985/1984 Arizona Commission on the Arts Artist-In-Education-Residence, Peoria Unified School District, Peoria,
Present – 2005 DIRECTORMASTER PRINTER, Lily Press, LLC, Rockville, MD, Artists: Jo Baer, Elizabeth Catlett, Sheila Crider, Sam Gilliam, Tom Green, Sujata Gopalan, Michael Gross, Brece Honeycutt, Anita Jung, Rebecca Kamen, Barbara Kerne, Gina Marie Lewis, Preston Sampson, Tessa Shackelford, Renee Stout, Eve Stockton, Jonathan Metzger, Linn Meyers, EJ Montgomery, Miriam Morsel Nathan, Marti Patchell, Mindy Weisel, Sharon Wolpoff
2012-06   PRODUCER/DIRECTORMIDWEST MATRIX®, an hour-long documentary videotape/DVD on the fine art printmaking tradition of the American Midwest, which includes interviews of over fifty Midwestern artist/teachers with international reputations and their students. 
2012-2002 ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, Printmaking, 2D Fundamentals, Senior Project, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
2010 06 -  Master Printer, Featured Artists Enrique Chagoya, William Wiley, Karen Kunc, William Dunlap, Renee Stout, Navigation Press, GMU
2006 – 1991 - Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, MD. MASTER PRINTER for Artists: Benito Huerta, Michael Gross
Pacita Abad, Bette Alexander, Lynn Bowers, William Christenberry, Jerry Clapsaddle, James Colwell, Richard Dana, Willem de Looper, Joellyn Dewesbury, Ed Dolinger, Susan Firestone, Christopher French, Ke Francis, Barbara Hardaway, Tazuko Ichikawa, Agnes Jacobs, Lawley Paisley Jones, Jacob Kainen, Shelagh Keeley, Barbara Kerne, Hung Liu, J.W. Mahoney, Jerome Meadows, Larry Mullins, Tom Nakashima, Jiro Okura, Ken Polinskie, Nadezda Prvulovic, Preston Sampson, Miriam Schapiro, Mindy Weisel. 
2005-03 – Coordinator, Power In Print, 2005 Southern Graphics Council International Conference, Washington, DC
2002 - The World Bank Art Program & The Central Asian Cultural Exchange, Five Artist from Uzbekistan, Master Printer for Uzbekistan & American Artists Print Portfolio Exchange, Washington, DC
2002 - 1994   Faculty, Corcoran College of Art & Design, Screenprinting, Intaglio, Monotype, Washington, DC
2002 - 2000 Faculty, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Monoprint, Baltimore, MD
2000 - Faculty, Georgetown University, Introduction to Printmaking, Washington, DC
2000 - Visiting Artist,  22 Cultural Moussem (Festival), Assilah, Morocco
2000 - 1998 President, Maryland Printmakers, Inc.
2000 - 1990 Special Projects/Development Coordinator; 1997, 1995 Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair Coordinator at The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2001- 93 Founding & Co-Director, THE ART OF WORK, THE WORK OF ART,TM, 1999 Arts Center South Florida, Miami; Invitational/Traveling Exhibit; 1994 Pyramid Atlantic, MD;  1995 Martin Luther King Memorial Library, DC;  National Public Radio, DC; 1996 Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, VA;  1997 Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA.
1995-90 Faculty, The Art League School, Alexandria, VA, Basic Drawing, Intermediate Drawing, Youth Classes, Waterbase Screenprinting, Alexandria, VA
1991 Visiting Instructor, Advanced Intaglio, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
1990 Visitor Services, The National Gallery, Washington, DC
1989-86 Instructor, Phoenix Country Day School, Upper School, Art Exploration, Figure Drawing, Beginning Drawing, Beginning Oil Painting, Phoenix, AZ
1988-85 Instructor, Mesa Community College, Introduction to Printmaking, Intaglio, Monotype, Collagraph, Drawing,
2-D Design, Mesa, AZ
1988,86 Panelist, Arizona Commission on the Arts Traveling Exhibition, Phoenix, AZ
1984-83 Artist Assistant to Fritz Scholder, Scottsdale, AZ
1984-82 Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, 2-D Design, Beginning Drawing, Tempe, AZ
1983-82 Artist Assistant to Beth Ames Swartz, Scottsdale, AZ
1983 Visiting Instructor, McNeese State University, 2-D Design, Printmaking: Intaglio/Screenprinting, Art Methods for non-majors, Drawing, Lake Charles, LA
1981-79 Artist Assistant to Wendy Calman, Associate Professor, Photo-Processes and Silkscreen, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
1984 MFA, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, Printmaking with concentration in Drawing and Mixed Media
1981 BFA, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Printmaking with concentration in Figurative Drawing and Painting
Circle of Friends, Renee Stout; Alper Initiative for Washington Art, American University Museum, Washington, DC, catalog. January 2016. 
Lombardi, Voices, A Publication of the Arts and Humanities Program, Volume 12, Fall 2015
Personal Patterns, catalog, King Street Gallery, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center, Silver Spring, MD, October 2015.
Beltway Poetry Quarterly, October 2015.
Contemporary American Print Makers , E. Ashley Rooney (Author), Stephanie Standish (Author), Susan J. Goldman (Foreword), Jan. 13, 2015
Winter Contemporary Show, In The Galleries, The Washington Post, Mark Jenkins, January 11, 2015, E-2.
IU MIDWEST MATRIX: CONTINUUM, The Mid America Print Council Journal, Tracy Templeton, Volume22, Numbers 3 & 4, 2014 Print Catalyst: Traditions and new forms for print language.
Midwest Matrix®, Journal of the Print World, Susan J. Goldman, Assoc. Professor, Tracy Templeton, Emily O. Goldman, PhD, Vol.37, #4, October, 2014
The World Is Going To Hell, And I Am Printing Yellow, at Galerie Myrtis, catalog, publisher and concept, April-May, 2014.
Winter Contemporary Show, In The Galleries, The Washington Post, Mark Jenkins, February 7, 2014.
Midwest Matrix, PRINTERESTING, Posted by Amanda Lee, January 15, 2013
Experience Susan Goldman's Exotic Moroccan Amphoras, Ochosi Editions, That’s Inked Up, August 21, 2012.
Goldman, Susan, “Where Will Printmaking Be in Twenty Years?”, Grapheion, the International Review of Contemporary Prints, Book and Paper Art, issue 21, the yearbook for 2008, to be published in Czech abd English 2009, edited by Richard Noyce.  2008
DeGregorio, Ran Gallery Welcomes Home Noted Printmaker, Hyde Park Living, January, 2006, pp.56-7.
Pearce, Sara, Multiple media: Clay, prints, glass, Printer explores color, form, lines, On Exhibit, Cincinnati Enquirer,
November 11, 2005, p.8.
Singular Impression, The Monotype in America, The National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC. Eight minute video made for exhibition, narrated by Scott Simon, featuring artist Susan Goldman demonstrating the monotype process. 1997.  Available for distribution.
Letter Arts Review 2002, International Competition, Jurors’ Comments, Pg. 5.
Goldman, Susan, “22nd International Cultural Moussem in Assilah, Morocco,” InPrint, Maryland Printmakers,Volume 11, Number 4, December 2000, Pg. 1-6.
Goldman, Susan, “Multiple Perspectives on Teaching, Monotype Mastery In Thirteen Classes,” Graphic Impressions, The Southern Graphics Council Newsletter, Fall 1999 , Pg. 4-5.
The Washington Print Club, Quarterly, Summer 1998, Cover, Artist’s Statement Pg. 2.
Hansen, Trudy V., evolving forms/emerging faces, Trends in Contemporary Printmaking, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art
Museum Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, 1996, exhibition, catalogue.
Allen, Lynne and McGibbon, Phyllis, The Best of Printmaking, An International Collection, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1997, pg. 38.
McWilliams, Martha, “Artless Artistry, The Art of Work, The Work of Art,” Gallery,
Washington City Paper, Vol. 15, No. 28, July 14-20, 1995, Pg. 39.
Rosenfeld, Megan, “Portraits That Go Beyond The Palette,” The Washington Post, Style Section, June 24, 1995, Pg. D1-D2.
Boshart, Edgar David, “Artist & Non-Artist View Each Other,” KOAN Feature, KOAN, Art Newsletter, June 1995, Pg. 8-11.
Folmar, Kate, “Artists and workers trade places,” The Journal, Scripps Howard News Service, May 16, 1995, Pg. B@.
Moser, Joann, "Paper Alchemy at Pyramid Atlantic," Hand Papermaking, Summer, 1993, Volume 8, Number 1, Pg. 11-14.
Frederick, Helen C., "Quiet Bite," The Washington Review, Summer, 1992.
Parmelee, Terry, "Press Patter," The Washington Print Club Quarterly, Summer, 1992, Pg. 6-7.
Woodville, Louisa, "The Art of the Book," The Connection, Art Scene, July, 1992, Pg. 34 and 37.
Grusin, Sarah, "Art is in the Air, Spring-Time Picks for Original Works, Pressing Engagements," Washington Flyer, Here, May, Jun.1992Pg.14-15.
Evans, Poppy, "Susan Goldman: Printmaking Pulled From Antiquity," Screenprinting, Volume 81, No. 11, October 1991, Pg. 194-98.
Cauthorn, Robert S., "Works at UA galleries thoughtful, sensitive, "The Arizona Daily Star; Art Section, September 6, 1987, Pg. 15. Eskes, Dave, "Concentration: Tempe artist can't be distracted from her mission," Phoenix Gazette, August, 1986.
Beaudin, Victoria, "vive la difference, Three distinct artists in Marilyn Butler show all merit attention," Scottsdale Progress, July 1986, Page 15.
SCREENINGS for Midwest Matrix® 
PRINT AUSTIN 2016 - Midwest Matrix Texas, Sarofim School of Fine Arts, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX
KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art & Art History,
LMU|LA Loyola Marymount University 4.15
California State University -Long Beach, 4.15
University of Southern California, Los Angeles 4.15
Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL, 1.15
Continuum, IU Cinema, Indiana University-Bloomington 9.14
The Washington Print Club Celebrates 50 Years, The Passionate Collector, 
American University Museum, Katzen Center, 7.14
IFPDA PRINT FAIR, The Park Avenue Armory, New York,11.13
Fresh Cuts: Through the Matrix, Old Print Gallery, Washington, DC 9.13
AMoA BIENNIAL 600: PRINTMAKING, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX  5.13
Inland Visual Studies Center Symposium, Bradley University, Peoria, IL   4.13
Print:MKE 2013 Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, WI proud sponsor SGCI 3.13
University of Iowa and University Of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City  12.12
SCREENINGS for Printmaking Legacy Project®
KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art & Art History,
LMU|LA Loyola Marymount University 4.15
California State University -Long Beach, 4.15
University of Southern California, Los Angeles 4.15
PORTFOLIOS, Evangeline J Montgomery, Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, 10.14
Portfolios: Frances Myers, In Memoriam, Printmaking Legacy Project(R), 2015, available
Portfolios: Evangeline J Montgomery, Printmaking Legacy Project,(R), 2014. available
Midwest Matrix (R), 2012, available
Singular Impression, The Monotype in America, The National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC. Eight minute video made for exhibition, narrated by Scott Simon, featuring artist Susan Goldman demonstrating the monotype process. 1997.  Available for distribution