Printmaking & Papermaking Studio
The Printmaking & Papermaking studio accommodates a variety of traditional and experimental techniques. Printmaking focuses on collograph, woodblock, linocut, drypoint, etching, silkscreen, gum Arabic, transfers and monoprints. Papermaking focuses on paper casting, fiber sculpture, handmade paper and artist’ books. This studio has handmade Griffin and Conrad presses, a Rein pulp mixer and a hydrolic press.
There are several studios designated solely for graduate student use. These studios are equipped with state-of-the-art printers, scanners and computers.
There are two Flex Studios for the Interior Design program, which integrate traditional and electronic technology into one classroom. The mobile walls of theses studios are on casters and can be moved to use as large group workspaces or as a presentation or lecture area. These walls are also covered in homosote and are used to display student work for classroom critiques and during exhibition periods