The BFA Printmaking concentration offers courses in a number of traditional and alternative printmaking techniques including etching, lithography, screen-printing, mono printing, photo-transfer processes, block printing, book arts, papermaking, and computer based imaging. The printshop, book and paper making facilities are frequented by photo, graphic design, textile and drawing and painting majors as well as printmaking majors, creating a lively atmosphere and interchange between disciplines.

Students also gain the experience of organizing events and marketing through their involvement with the student organization, The Printer’s Workshop. The group organizes exhibitions of student work in the Atlanta Community, procures funding for travel to conferences and participates in the management of the student-run art space, Cage Space Gallery. Students within the club are responsible for managing a budget, participating in fundraising through one and sometimes two annual sales of work and often coordinating visiting printmaking artist workshops and lectures.


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