Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking
Concentration within the BFA Studio Art program
What you'll learn
Our goal is to help you become a diverse and exceptional artist by creating an environment promoting critical dialogues that investigate contemporary art issues as well as the process of creating art. Key to this environment is our dedicated faculty and a strong mentoring program that also provides one-on-one guidance between graduate and undergraduate students.
Through the study of mixed media, traditional and alternative print practices, you’ll be challenged with self-exploration and experimentation in media, such as:
- Digital printmaking
Many of our graduates have successfully interned or work as professional printers in well-known studios such as Cone Editions, Echo Press, Landfall Press, Nexus Press, Tyler Graphics, ULAE, Vermilion Press, and Women's Studio Workshop.
Students can start out as B.A. or B.F.A. Studio Art majors, or start out in the B.A. Studio Art major and then apply to enter the B.F.A. degree at a later date. There are no requirements beyond University admission requirements to become a Studio Art major.
Applying to the Printmaking concentration
After you complete concentration prerequisites, you’re required to submit an application and portfolio.
Our faculty are committed to providing one-on-one instruction to our students, creating meaningful, mentoring relationships. Get more information on the Printmaking concentration: