In printmaking, you learn a range of techniques that can be used to create everything from traditional art on paper to cutting-edge installations and interactive artworks. What distinguishes printmaking from other artistic disciplines is that you create images on one surface and transfer them to another. Working this way unlocks unique artistic possibilities. It also allows you to create multiples.
Printmaking students can explore the following processes in our well-equipped studio, which features numerous presses, dedicated work stations and large windows:
- intaglio (etching, aquatint, engraving, etc.)
- relief printing (wood cut, linoleum cut, letterpress, etc.)
- screen printing
- monotype and monoprint
- photographic transfer processes