- MFA, Printmaking, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- MA, Printmaking, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- BFA, Film/Animation/Video, Rhode Island School of Design
Introduction to Drawing (214) and Introduction to Printmaking (224) A.Y. ’22-’23
Derick Wycherly (Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy, MT) is an artist specializing in printmaking and papermaking. His art considers gift-giving an Indigenous technology that connects people with one another and the land base they occupy. He received an MFA and MA from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in printmaking and a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design with a concentration in Film/Animation/Video. From 2011 to 2019 he worked at Harlan & Weaver, a renowned intaglio studio in New York City. Wycherly has taught at Anderson Ranch Art Center, CO and assisted at Penland School of Craft, NC. His prints on handmade paper can be found in Hand Papermaking’s Paper Portfolio #14, “The Language of Color”. Currently Derick is teaching as an adjunct instructor at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, as well as Saint Cloud State University in Central Minnesota.