Printmaking classes explore the possibilities of printmaking as a creative fine arts involvement.
The printmaking facilities are exceptional, with four intaglio presses--including an electric editioning press--and five litho presses equipped to handle both stones and plates.
The print shop also has a large, well-ventilated acid room, an area for relief printing and spacious tables for students to develop their work. Graduate print students have private or semi-private studios in close proximity to the printmaking studio. The printmaking faculty expect intense involvement in conceptual and technical approaches with an emphasis on creating mature, personal imagery. Graduate study is enhanced by individual and group critiques.
For Additional Information contact:
Stephen Simons, Area Coordinator - D101 Visual Arts - 970.491.5183.