The Print studio has presses and equipment for intaglio, relief, lithography, screen printing,
and photogravure. Our three intaglio/ relief presses are 16 x 20, 24 x 36, and 28 x 50
inches, and our lithography press is 26 x 46 inches. We have over 35 lithography stones
and an extensive collection of screens for screen-printing. We supply all inks and have a
large selection of printmaking paper for resale. Students are also welcome to bring in their
own supplies. All printmaking students have access to the studio equipment during open
studio hours for the duration of their class.

Beginning Printmaking (750)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent.
You'll be introduced to two fundamental
processes of printmaking: relief and intaglio.
Learn new skills in a supportive atmosphere
while becoming familiar with the tools and
methods associated with these basic print
mediums. Bring subject matter to the first

Printmaking Studio (752)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Open Studio Hours, January 7 - March 29
Variable times/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

Prerequisite: Departmental approval
Do you have a special project in mind or just
need quality studio time? Printmaking Studio
is designed for the experienced, independent
artist/printmaker who would like to utilize our
well-equipped printmaking studio. Enrollment
includes storage and access to equipment
during Open Studio Hours. Students must
arrange to meet with instructor the first week
to review shop rules and safety. Materials are
available for purchase.

Intermediate Printmaking (751)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

Prerequisite: Beginning Printmaking
Further develop your printmaking skills
while investigating the possibilities that
printmaking processes offer. Etching, multicolor
printing, registration systems, and
printing of editions will be covered. Bring
previous prints, work-in-progress, sketches,
and ideas to the first class.

Screen Printing: Alternative Methods (755)

Caitlyn Pelfresne, Print Studio
Tuesdays, January 8 - February 26
6 - 8:30 pm/8 weeks
$185/Members: $165

Learn how to screen print without needing an
exposure unit. This course will cover reductive
printing using screen filler, stenciling, and
monoprint techniques that you can use to
make multiple color prints on both paper
and textile. In addition, we will address
registration methods, paper selection, and
the art of mixing inks for custom colors.