John Driesbach taught printmaking at California State University, Sacramento for twenty-six years, and is now retired, living in Akron, Ohio. In 2000, he attended his first Southern Graphics Council conference in Austin, Texas and began contributing to exchange portfolios. After contributing to “Taboo X” in 2001, he went on to organize portfolios including: “Veggie Table Prince,” 2007 and “Merely Mammalian Magnetism,” 2009.” In Dayton, Ohio he organized and printed the 2010 portfolio of lithographs by African-American artists: “From Porgy to Barack.” Sales of that portfolio benefit Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. In addition to making lithographs and organizing portfolios, he volunteers teaching English as a second language and citizenship skills to immigrants in Akron.
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