Printmaking

Herron School of Art and Design

Coursework in lithography and etching is offered at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels every semester. Processes covered include plate and stone lithography and the intaglio processes of etching, engraving, and aquatint. Additional courses include printing in monotype, woodcut, silkscreen, and the book arts with a minor in book arts as an option. Spacious, well-equipped, accessible facilities for the study of these traditional approaches to printmaking are augmented by additional facilities for the investigation of digital and photomechanical processes.

Degree Maps

One of the most difficult tasks of being a college student is figuring out what classes to take and when to take them. In order to make the process a little easier, each major at IUPUI has its own degree map outlining the path you should take to graduate as quickly as possible.

Degree Map LinkIUPUI Admission Semester
PrintmakingFall 2016 and beyond
Printmaking Fall 2015–summer 2016
PrintmakingFall 2014–summer 2015

Major/Career Connection

Art—IUPUI

Arts, Humanities, and Human Services Cluster

This major is part of the Arts, Humanities, and Human Services (AHHS) Cluster.The Arts, Humanities, and Human Services (AHHS) cluster in the Office of Academic and Career Development, is the academic home of University College students pursuing majors in education, art & design, liberal arts, journalism, social work, and general studies.  The AHHS cluster partners with students on their academic advising and career plans prior that guide them into their degree granting school. 

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