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Printmaking

Printmaking

A minor in printmaking provides you with the aesthetic, technical, and intellectual training necessary to succeed in the professional art world.

The minor offers professional, studio-based training in printmaking through a wide spectrum of course offerings such as:

  • silkscreen
  • etching
  • lithography
  • relief
  • monotype
  • photo processes

You'll work in our large printmaking studios, with state-of-the-art facilities dedicated to the different printmaking processes. You'll develop cross-disciplinary sensitivity—with the opportunity to combine printmaking with painting, drawing, photography, digital media, textiles, and other disciplines in contemporary art making. You'll also be able to explore fields across the university, such as business, engineering, and science.

For the printmaking minor, you'll complete 18 credits, consisting of 12-15 credits in studio courses and one or two upper-level independent study courses in printmaking.

Course descriptions, schedules and requirements

Printmaking Student Work

Student Success

Grechel Rosado '20 at Waterfire Arts Center
Grechel Rosado '20 finds home away from home at UMassD

Former printmaking minor remains inspired by her strong UMassD roots that taught her the true meaning of community.

College of Visual & Performing Arts undergraduate mean starting salary:
$52,199

NACE Data Collection of Class of 2022 Undergraduate Alumni

UMassD advantages

  • Internships: enhance your studies while gaining first-hand experience in creative fields
  • Studio facilities: our studios feature state-of-the-art equipment and ample work areas
  • Campus Gallery: exhibit your own work and gain exposure to the work of contemporary artists
  • University Studies: gain the benefit of a university education to broaden your options for success in the arts
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