The I.U. Printmaking Workshop’s program encompasses all printmaking media from the 15th - 21st century. We have the requisite facilities in the printmaking workshops, School of Fine Arts (SoFA), and University at large to work on innovative ventures in other areas and disciplines as well as other institutions. Our students have for many years been working on inter-disciplinary projects, particularly at the graduate level.
The printmaking faculty is rigorous yet open to any idea that is well planned and able to be accomplished. They are committed to pushing the boundaries while not abandoning tradition. In both the MFA and BFA programs we combine a personal tutorial system with a public critique venue. Students meet in their private studios with each individual faculty member at least once per semester; BFA and MFA seminars, as well as the media-specific classes are taught by each faculty in their own expertise; the full printmaking faculty and both MFA and BFA student peers participate in group critiques which discuss a single individuals work.