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    Department of Visual and Performing Arts
      Division of Fine Arts

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  Programs - Printmaking

Printmaking

The Division of Fine Arts offer courses in Printmaking designed to expose the student to the theoretical, conceptual and practical aspects of print production, emphasized through an in-depth understanding of history and philosophical explorations in printmaking. 

Students will be trained to work in multiple print media such as Lithography, intaglio, monotype/monoprint, serigraphy and Textile design & printing, collagraphy and digital and photomechanical print processes. Students are trained to learn and combine print processes to develop a individual visual language and individual narrative to express an opinion about the world around them. Students are required to participate in a portfolio/peer critique applying formal terminologies of art.

Facilities

The printmaking area is equipped with relief/intaglio presses, lithographic stones and press and a six-station screen-printing and multi-purpose printing presses. A brand new large photographic vacuum exposure unit, several heat press and transfer equipment, screen and acid processing units are among our newest acquisition in the printmaking studio, located on the third floor of the E.L. Hamm, Fine Arts Building with a beautiful view of the Norfolk skyline. Students also have access to a state of the art MAC lab, a digital print outputting room with computerized large format matt cutting equipment on the second floor. 

Faculty in Charge

- Solomon Isekeije, M.F.A Visual Studies 

  Associate Professor of Fine Arts & Director Division of Fine Arts