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Undergraduate Program in Printmaking

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Undergraduate degrees include the B.A. in Studio Art and B.F.A. in Printmaking. A minor in studio art is also available to non-majors.

Required course work in intaglio and relief, lithography, monotype, paperworks, and foil-stamping is supplemented by annual seminars that focus on such topics as preparation for professional life, issues in print history, theory, and technical considerations. National and international visiting artists invited to the department bring diverse styles that complement the teaching and images done by the printmaking faculty.

Faculty work is exhibited regularly in juried national and international exhibitions, and some are permanently placed in some of the world's major museums.

The program is actively involved with the University's papermaking facilities and the Center for the Book.

Visiting Speakers in Printmaking


Anita Jung, Terry Conrad, Heather Parrish, Tom Christison