Printmaking

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Printmaking

Printmaking in the Herberger Institute School of Art at Arizona State University is an exciting, fundamental program that provides a comprehensive studio experience that leads to either a BFA or MFA degree. Courses in intaglio, lithography, relief, screenprinting, digital processes, monotype, book arts, papermaking and other graphic applications are offered regularly.

Accomplished faculty teach in spacious, well-equipped studios, offering a complete range of print media. While the individual student is allowed to pursue a personal direction with independence and individuality, the faculty encourage students to become well-rounded printmakers, experiencing and understanding many media and processes. Faculty also encourage experimentation and interdisciplinary approaches to making art. No style, technique or aesthetic approach is stressed over another, so that the individual quality of each student’s work is the essential measure of achievement.

The ASU community can enjoy various printmaking exhibitions offered throughout the year by printmaking students and faculty as well as in exhibitions  throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area, nationally and internationally.