This specialist lab is used to create multiples using Intaglio, Lithography and Silk Screen printing processes.
Our printmaking studio supports working artists in their exploration of both traditional and experimental printmaking in the forms of relief, intaglio, monotype and screen printing.
Through workshops/courses we encourage interest in the history and production of fine arts prints.
The studio is monitored by a specialist who oversees its use. It is essential that all users are respectful of the studio environment and report any damages/concerns relating to the room's equipment to the studio manager. Users must return equipment to their designated places.
Our studio is equipped with a large lithography press (59” x 33.4”), small lithography press 36” x 24”), large printing press (60” x 30”), small printing presses (36” x 18.7”), a hot plate, Natgraph hand screen printing table, 3 small screen printing tables, Paper beater, Roland Vinyl cutter, electric drying unit, assorted aluminum frame silkscreens, hand tools and chemicals.
For a full list of equipment and tools please check Appendix A in the CAAD Labs Manual.
Card access is granted to students currently enrolled in a printmaking course. The studio is also open to faculty, staff and pre-authorized CAAD students. Please contact our Media Labs Specialist for additional information.
Please refer to Appendix C of the CAAD Labs’ Policies and Procedures Manual for this lab’s policies, along with other general lab policies.