Integrating traditional practices with contemporary processes, the printmaking offers diverse avenues of exploration in print media. It is available as an area of focus for students in both the BA and the BFA degree programs.

You’ll be introduced to the basic processes, concepts, and histories of printmaking and the context in which it operates. As a medium that shares common ground with drawing, painting, photography and digital media, the printmaking area fosters diversity and experimentation.

With access to a wide range of in-house equipment, you will gain technical proficiency in a variety of processes, while developing your own personal ideas and esthetics in light of contemporary issues and practices.

Angela Santos. Lithograph and Watercolor.
Angela Santos. Lithograph and Watercolor.

Visit us

Stop by the Fine Arts Center on the Pullman campus to see the latest exhibits in our three galleries and connect with artists of all kinds.

Department of Art Main Office
Fine Arts Center Room 5072

Contact our faculty artists to learn more about the program:

Kevin Haas
Professor, Printmaking Coordinator
Fine Arts 7063