Printmaking

Experiment to find your own iconography. The Printmaking concentration and Memphis College of Art will allow you to explore traditional and contemporary printmaking processes while creating indelible multiples or one-of-a-kind prints of your own images. Techniques include woodcut, intaglio, serigraphy, lithography, collography and monotype.


BFA IN FINE ARTS WITH A CONCENTRATION IN PRINTMAKING
Required courses:

PM100     Printmaking 1: Monotype, et al.
PM105     Printmaking 1: Etching, et al.
6 credits   200 (or higher) level PM coursework
3 credits   300 (or higher) level PM coursework
PM400     Printmaking Workshop 5

Typical Four-Year Course Progression

1st Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 1     (3)
3-D Design     (3)
Writing 1     (3)
Idea, Process & Criticism     (3)
Art History Survey 1     (3)

2nd Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 2     (3)
2-D Design     (3)
Writing 2     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Survey 2     (3)

3rd Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking 1: Monotype, et al.     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Literature Elective     (3)

4th Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking 1: Etching, et al.     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

5th Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking Workshop 2     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Social Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

6th Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking Workshop 3     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Math/Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

7th Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking Workshop 4     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

8th Semester (15 credits)

Printmaking Workshop 5     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)