The Print Center announces three new appointments

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The Print Center announces three new appointments
Robert J. Morrison's appointment honors his extensive experience as a communications professional and as an avid art collector, as well as his long-standing support of The Print Center.

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- The Print Center announced two new appointees to their Board of Governors in its Centennial year: Robert J. Morrison and Mark Vevle.

Robert J. Morrison's appointment honors his extensive experience as a communications professional and as an avid art collector, as well as his long-standing support of The Print Center. Morrison has over 35 years of experience as a writer and producer in the advertising industry. His extensive marketing experience included an early career term at BBDO, New York and McCann-Erickson, New York & Toronto, and later as executive creative director of several Philadelphia advertising agencies.

The recipient of over 235 national and international creative awards, including the US Commercial Film Festival/Gold Palm, he continues his professional endeavors as founder of The Project Group, which focuses on strategic and creative development for a variety of international pharmaceutical firms.

As a partner with Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisor and U.S. Trust, he created and developed The Fine Art of Tangible Assets; a monograph and conversation on how collectors can use their collections for valuable philanthropic capital. Mr. Morrison has been an art collector since the age of twelve, and is dedicated to building the next generation of collectors.

Mark Vevle joins the Board with over 20 years of strategy and project management expertise in fields such as public art, real estate development and marketing, including serving as the Communications Director for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Born and raised in Minnesota, Vevle has lived and worked professionally in Los Angeles, New York, and Raleigh prior to officially making Philadelphia his home.

Since relocating to Philadelphia in 2012, Vevle has developed an extensive network, and recognition, among makers and entrepreneurs and in the creative community. As the owner of FLUXUS, LLC, he produces the highly successful Franklin Flea, as well as many other events. Before joining the Board, he worked closely with The Print Center to produce the acclaimed 2015 Philadelphia Art Book Fair. In May Vevle joined the experience and design strategy firm ex;it. His passion for contemporary art and varied experience are a welcome addition to the Board.

The Print Center is also pleased to announce the expansion of its full-time staff with the appointment in May 2015 of Rachel S. Marks. Marks brings over 10 years of experience as an arts administrator as well as her perspective as a working artist to her role as Development and Communications Manager. Most recently, she was the Assistant Director of Career Development at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore, MD. She was a founding member of the pioneering artist-run Current Gallery in Baltimore and has worked as an independent curator. She is also a freelance writer for BMore Art and The Studio Visit Online.

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