Kimberly Maher

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Kim Maher earned an MFA in Book Arts from the University of Iowa Center for the Book where she studied letterpress printing, papermaking, and bookbinding. Prior to attending Iowa, she received a BA in Book Arts and studied Art History while attending St. Ambrose University. Kim teaches courses in bookbinding, artists books, and digital book design at the University of Iowa Center for the Book. She is an Instructional Services Specialist for the UI School of Art & Art History and works as freelance project manager for the William Morris Archive. She is a book artist, designer, and educator with a particular fondness for pop-up and movable book structures. From her Iowa City letterpress studio, she prints limited edition artists books and ephemera. Her work has been exhibited and collected throughout the U.S. and abroad.