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Majors & Minors (Undergraduate)

Printmaking (Concentration)

MICA's Printmaking major offers a broad range of studio experiences, from traditional to experimental, in our exceptional printmaking facilities.

The department's approach to the four major printmaking disciplines - relief, intaglio, lithography, and screenprinting - is fine arts-based, allowing you to realize your personal vision.

Program Overview

A printmaking concentration recognizes those students outside the printmaking major who take a total of 15 credits within the Printmaking Department. Candidates should meet with the chair of the Printmaking Department when initially declaring the concentration; students may meet with the department chair during the sophomore year during regular advisement periods to discuss their schedules.

Artwork by Morgan Strahorn
Print by Deth Haus
Artwork by McCallum Dickens
Print by Terron Sorrells
Artwork by Morgan Strahorn

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Printmaking B.F.A.

Artist
Morgan Strahorn
Date
2018
Credit

Joseph Hyde

Print by Deth Haus

Deth Haus

Artist
Tylar Mathai
Date
2018
Medium
Screenprint
Artwork by McCallum Dickens

Roominations

Artist
McCallum Dickens
Date
2017
Print by Terron Sorrells

Handouts

Artist
Terron Sorrells
Date
2016
Medium
Etching
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