Diana Eicher is MCAD's Printshop and Paper Studio Coordinator and has taught at the University of Hawaii, the Honolulu Printmaking Workshop, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, the Bloomington Art Center, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, and the Textile Center of Minnesota.
Diana is also a representative for Speedball Art Products, and frequently teaches classes and workshops at the art supply store, Wet Paint. A portfolio collaboration organized by Eicher was accepted to the permanent collection of the University of the West of England's Centre for Fine Print Research and was also donated to the Twin Cities' Domestic Abuse Project, Tubman, and Bridges to Safety. She has exhibited work at Donghua University in Shanghai, China, and the Museum of Printing History in Houston, Texas. Over the past year, Eicher has participated in group exhibits at MCAD, the White Bear Center for the Arts and has had a solo exhibit of twenty-four papercuts, “Shoe Love is True Love” at The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis.