Screenprinting courses at the Department of Art provide students with the opportunity to integrate digital tools and processing methods with traditional studio art-making formats. 

The studio is equipped with a Point 1000 large format screen exposure unit that allows our students to create prints at large scale without standard dimension constraints.

Additionally, our Screenprinting studio is fully equipped with the latest polymer base/water base non-toxic materials, in support of contemporary efforts for a sustainable and environmentally responsible art making practice. 

Art and design

B.A. in Art & Design

Within the B.A. in Art and Design degree, students take foundational design, drawing, and art history classes and then choose from concentrations to focus their education on a specific area of interest.

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