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Printmaking

Printmaking emphasizes exploration in both the traditional printmaking techniques, as well as processes that are non-toxic whenever possible. The printmaking faculty encourages the development of concepts and individual directions through an interdisciplinary approach. Students learn technical skills to then fulfill their artistic visions in any of the following mediums: intaglio, relief, lithography, monotype and alternative methods. The studios are equipped for all processes related to each medium. Our space consists of approximately 7,830 square feet including litho, intaglio, screen printing, acid room, flat files and storage. We have four etching presses including; Takach 33.5×60, Polymetal 35×67, Charles Brand 60×36, Takach 25×48 and three litho presses a Takach 32×58, Takach 43.5×82.5 and a wonderful little 26×38 no-name press.

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Area Faculty

Melanie Yazzie

Melanie Yazzie

Printmaking
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