Printmaking

Offering contemporary approaches to the core traditional practices of Lithography, Etching, Screen Printing, and Relief, our program further explores the integration of digital processes and photomechanical techniques to push the boundaries of current printmaking aesthetic and practice. While building a foundation of technical skill, critical evaluation, and problem-solving capabilities, students are encouraged to investigate ideas of mixed media hybrids and discuss the particular role it plays in the contemporary art world. Exposure to the work of contemporary artists through lectures, collaborative projects, trips national conferences and exhibitions and print portfolios is a key component to the curriculum.

 

 

The spacious 5,000 sq. ft. multi level shop is well equipped to meet the demands of traditional, photographic, and digital processes. Our state-of-the-art lab offers a productive and safe environment that fosters student collaboration and dialogue, growing community and free exchange of ideas between undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and visiting artists..

 

 

Facilities

Digital Printmaking Lab:
Lithography:
Etching and Relief:
Screenprinting

For a full list of courses currently being offered in printmaking, please check the Testudo website here.