A degree in Printmaking

"Turbulent Waters," Benjamin Selby, MFA 2022.

Explore interdisciplinary and cross media creative practices while gaining a solid foundation in printmaking

Students earning their degree in printmaking develop specialized skills, experiment with materials and work collaboratively and across disciplines. The curriculum is designed to build a solid foundation of knowledge and technical, intellectual and professional skills to prepare students for a career in the print arts. Students learn about the history of printmaking, its impact on society and culture, and its role in our lives today. Faculty teach a wide range of printmaking practices in specialized facilities, including intaglio, lithography, relief, screenprinting and book arts studios, as well as a digital lab. Student also have access to Pyracantha Press, a professional artist press and historical print archive.

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Art (Printmaking), BFA

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Art, MFA

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Studio Art, minor

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