Instructor discussing printmaking with two students



Printmaking courses are offered within the Visual Arts (BA)

Students in Printmaking classes explore a variety of methods and practices of multiple-image-making, incorporating a range of conceptual, critical and technical approaches. In so doing, students are encouraged to challenge the limitations of both conventional and experimental processes to create works that are of personal meaning.

What You Will Study

Instruction through introductory and upper-level courses emphasizes non-toxic methods and emerging technologies in printmaking processes. Courses explore all the traditional media including intaglio, lithography, monotype/monoprint and silkscreen, in addition to contemporary applications such as digital and photo, as well as papermaking and book arts techniques.

Curriculum Links

Curriculum requirements for studio programs, including course descriptions for printmaking, may be found through the links below:

Visual Arts (BA) Curriculum
About Studio Facilities

The Department of Art and Design occupies several buildings on campus, housing fully equipped studios for all art areas including printmaking. The printmaking studio remains open for individual use when classes are not in session, with technical assistants available to assist students during open studio hours.

Printmaking StudioAll Studio Facilities

About Student Work

Students in printmaking courses produce works that include etchings, lithographs, woodblock prints and works incorporating combinations of techniques.

Printmaking Student WorkStudent Work – All Programs

Apply Now

Admission requirements for all programs may be found on the Department Admissions page.

Contact Professor of Fine Arts: Catherine Bebout