Printmaking

Litho, letterpress, monotype, woodcut

Herron’s printmaking curriculum gives you comprehensive exposure to traditional and contemporary forms, as well as a robust book arts program.

Your coursework will proceed from beginning to advanced levels in spacious and well-equipped studios devoted exclusively to printmaking. You will learn a refined balance of technical skills while developing individual drawing, self expression, conceptual, and critical thinking prowess.

Explore and combine processes

Herron printmaking students learn various processes for producing handmade print, including litho, letterpress, screen print, monotype, woodcut, digital printing, and the production of multiples.

Share your skills

Intern with local artists, work on commission, hold exhibitions and demonstrations, or work with high school students in the community.

Facilities

  • Printing presses
  • Full-print studio for all processes
  • Computer lab
  • Digital printers
  • Access to 3-D printers and laser engravers

Potential careers

  • Professional printer
  • Professional studio artist
  • Print curator
  • Teacher

Faculty

Karen Baldner

Karen Baldner

Adjunct Faculty

Lauren Kussro

Lauren Kussro

Adjunct Instructor

Virginia Rosner

Virginia Rosner

Adjunct Instructor

Dominic  Senibaldi

Dominic Senibaldi

Printmaking Tech, Faculty

Meredith Setser

Meredith Setser

Assistant Professor

Earl Snellenberger

Earl Snellenberger

Adjunct Instructor

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Elizabeth Wierzbicki

Adjunct Instructor

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