Department of Art

Art Studio - Printmaking: Intaglio & Lithography

Printmaking classes introduce printmaking as a creative, fine art to be explored. Students are encouraged to develop a personal vision which will instill a self-confidence that will inspire continued creative growth.

Classes are taught in a workshop environment and require students to be introspective and search for ideas, elements, forms, and feelings and develop a personal visual awareness. A willingness to experiment and an adventurous attitude are a requirement in this studio area.  

Students will acquire a sound technical background in a variety of printmaking methods: Intaglio: line etch, aquatint, soft ground, sugar lift, spitbite, drypoint, engraving, and non-toxic methods; Lithography: stone lithography, plate lithography, and light sensitive plates; and Relief and Monotypes which will provide them a strong foundation to explore imagery and concepts.


William Howard
Printmaking - Intaglio and Lithography
Office: 14 Garwood Hall
Meet the Faculty

Degree Plan

There are two degrees available in the Studio Art areas: 

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art - Art Studio
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Art - Art Studio
For more information about Course Descriptions and Programs of Study.