In September 2005 we moved into a newly renovated facility in the former Todd Library Building on campus with over 5500 square feet of instructional space.This includes a digital lab, a paper preparation facility, an exposure room for photo-printmaking processes, a silkscreen studio, a studio for etching and lithography, a sink room, and a mordant room.
We are proud of the excellent equipment in the printmaking area, including:
Classes taught include Silkscreen (ART 2130), Etching &
Intaglio (ART 3140), Lithography (ART 4100) and Intermediate and
Advanced Printmaking classes. Our graduates have gone on to
outstanding MFA programs such as the Art Institute of Chicago, The
University of Tennessee at Knoxville, the University of Minnesota,
Ohio University, the University of Georgia, and many others.
In addition, we host the award-winning Printmaking Links web site, used by printmakers all over the world.
Faculty Teaching in Printmaking: Christie Nuell: firstname.lastname@example.org