GVSU Art and Design

Printmaking

Through a sequence of six courses, students explore the expressive, descriptive, and conceptual potential of printed artmaking in today’s world. 

A range of methods is introduced at the beginning level including intaglio, relief, digital, and screenprinting. In the intermediate level courses students work to develop a personal approach to the medium as they learn autographic, photo-based methods, as well as complex color and layering processes. Majors are encouraged to take charge of their personal artistic direction as they advance through these courses. A student’s articulation of ideas and the clarity of communication become the central measures of one’s achievement.

Students may pursue a BA or BS in Art Education or a BFA in Studio Art in this emphasis.

Student Work

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Facilities

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Printmaking Alumni Websites
Jenn Schaub: Neighborhood Revitalization Department Program Manager,  Dwelling Place
Chad Pastotnic: Founder, Deep Woods Press
Emily Koehler, Printmaker, studioegk.com

Amanda Wieczorek, (2012) has been accepted to and is attending the Royal College of Art. London, England for graduate studies in Printmaking.   http://www.rca.ac.uk/

 

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Department of Art and Design, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan

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