About the Printmaking Concentration in Studio Art
The Printmaking program supports students in developing a personal vision and studio practice informed by a rich tradition and ever-expanding approaches to image-making. In our carefully maintained printmaking studios, students explore intaglio, relief, lithography, screen printing, monotype, artist’s bookmaking, and interdisciplinary processes integrating both handmade and photo/digital matrixes.
Our Printmaking faculty are nationally and internationally recognized professional artists who train students with technical skills, instill a sense of conceptual rigor, promote creative research and mentor students for professional development opportunities. Our program collaborates with print businesses in the region to offer students industry experience and develop professional networks. The Printmaking Association of North Texas Students, PANTS, organizes exhibitions, community events, field trips, fundraisers, awards, visiting artist events and portfolio exchanges.
B.F.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in Printmaking
As you graduate, you will have been empowered to develop a personal voice, professional and creative practice, self-discipline, and cultural awareness. Students pursuing the B.F.A. complete a final portfolio of original, cohesive work.
M.F.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in Printmaking
The M.F.A. program integrates creative research, contemporary theory, and practice culminating in a project in lieu-of-thesis exhibition. Please visit the Studio Art M.F.A. web page for more information.
Printmaking as a Minor
The Printmaking minor, listed in the UNT 2020-21 Catalog, is designed to encourage students from all university areas to explore working in this art form.
Currently enrolled undergraduate students: Contact the CVAD advisor listed for the first letter of your last name on the CVAD Advising webpage.
Department of Studio Art: 940-369-7671 | email@example.com | Art Building, Room 230
Image: Anna Escobedo, (2020, M.F.A., Studio Art: Printmaking) in the Printmaking Studio.