The Kansas State University Printmaking Program provides students with access to both traditional and contemporary methods of image making.
K-State printmaking is built upon a rich history of print appreciation and technical mastery of print media. Various methods of Intaglio (etching), Relief (woodcut), Monotype, Lithography, Serigraphy (Silkscreen), and Photographic processes are open for exploration by students in their quest for creative, personal expression. Students work in a communal and collaborative work environment, where shop safety is a top priority. Serious inquiry into art historical and contemporary contexts for printmaking is emphasized.
Printmaking Graduation Requirements: