At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Department of Printmedia provides a contemporary approach to printmaking. The MFA in Studio program gives students the ability to learn through working with a range of printing methods, new technologies, and different media. The department’s core approach is interdisciplinary, focusing on experimenting with materials.
This program also offers the chance for artists to learn from renowned faculty as they go through the program. Students not only improve their printmaking techniques but also explore other creative fields like photography and sculpture. The MFA in Studio is a 60-credit program designed to foster creative work and research across 12 different departments.
The program focuses on honing your printmaking skills and deepening your understanding of artistic concepts. It is supported by top-notch printmaking facilities, personal studio spaces for graduates, and guidance from faculty, which all help in developing ideas, concepts, and artistic output.
This program encourages discussions about different styles, uses, distribution methods, and related areas. It also backs the creation of various works like prints, artists’ books, three-dimensional pieces, installations, electronic media, performances, and more.
For more details, reach out to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago online.