You'll receive one-on-one time with faculty to cultivate your talent.
We mentor students to gain the knowledge and skills in both traditional and alternative printmaking processes as the means to develop your personal voice. The focus is to provide you with the educational opportunities and experiences to foster independent thinking, artistic courage and integrity.
You have the opportunity to work in facilities that offer the full range of traditional and alternative printmaking processes to allow you to explore any aspect of the medium in your educational journey.
Our printmaking facilities include:
B.F.A. Printmaking Courses
M.F.A. Printmaking Courses
|ART 281 - Printmaking I||Graduate Core Courses|
|ART 286 - Serigraphy|
|ART 385 - Lithography|
|ART 386 - Printmaking: Studio Projects|
|ART 485 - Printmaking: Advanced Studio Projects|
|ART 486 - Printmaking: Special Projects|
|ART 491 - Independent Study|
|Undergraduate Core Requirements|