Printmaking

Do you like drawing and painting but wish you could make multiple original works of art to share? Printmaking offers limited editions of prints created through a variety of artistic techniques.

Prints are produced by drawing or carving a composition on a hard surface such as a wood block, metal plate, or stone. This surface is then inked and the image is transferred to paper by the application of pressure, thus creating an "impression" or print. Whether single- or multi-colored, the basic processes Methodist University students use are intaglio, relief, planographic, and screen-printing ... each with a distinctive quality. Printmaking artists can pick and combine these processes based on their desired effect. The printmaking program at Methodist will emphasize your experimentation, personal expression, creativity, and craftsmanship.

Requirements for the major in Art with a concentration in Printmaking

42 s.h.—ART 1010, 1020, 2030, 2050, (2070 or 2150, or AGD 2030), ART 3000, 3090, 3100, 3110, 3120, 4010, 4020, 4110, ARH 2530, and two of the following art history courses: ARH 2540, ARH 3530, 3540, or 4850; and foreign language courses in one language through the 1020-level or demonstration of competence

Program Faculty & Staff

Silvana Foti, Professor of Art

Silvana Foti

Executive Director, David McCune International Art Gallery
(910) 630-7107
Kerry Scott Jenkins, Associate Professor of Graphic Design

Kerry Scott Jenkins

Associate Professor of Graphic Design
(910) 630-7042
Tori Jordan, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design

Tori Jordan

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
(910) 630-7118
Vilas Tonape, Chair of the Department of Art

Vilas Tonape

Chair, Art
(910) 630-7106

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