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Make a lasting impression

Printmaking has a long history of innovation, technical skill and communication that contemporary printmakers continue to build on today. The ability to make multiples has made printmaking a medium that reaches a broad audience and is an ideal form for impactful imagery and messages. Printmaking students will develop skills in intaglio, relief, lithography, monotype, screen printing, light sensitive processes and more. Join printmaking to see your work transform in new, unexpected ways.

Students working on really big prints

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Printmaking Resources

We've got the space, tools and expertise for you to make a wide impression.

Our studios are equipped with an etching room, ventilated spray booths, screen printing stations, an exposure unit for photo-based screens and litho plates, flat storage drawers and numerous work-tables. Presses include a Brand etching press, a Takach etching press and a Brand lithography press. We have safe studio practices with non-toxic processes and materials; photo-based polymer plates and water-based screen-printing inks are used as well as oil-based inks, grounds and solvents.

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Group of students work on large print togetherTwo students slowing lift and reveal large printMarinette Campus print studioStudents work in Marinette campus print studio

Our Projects

Below are examples of our student work. You can find more student work in Senior Exhibitions and Jurried Student Art shows in the Lawton Gallery Archives

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Student work

Student work

Student work

Student work

Student work

Professor Lisa Wicka

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If you have questions about the skills you’ll learn in our printmaking studio, available resources or what projects you’ll work on in your courses, contact us.

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