Creative Spotlight on PRINTMAKING


UNTITLED magazine highlights exceptionally strong student work from PNCA's Printmaking Department.

Each month, UNTITLED magazine features some of the strongest examples of student artwork from each department and program. These pieces are selected by faculty members within the department and represent a diversity of styles, techniques, and subject matters.

PNCA’s Printmaking Department boasts one of the most energetic studios on campus. Students from all areas of the College explore image-making in a supportive community environment. This versatile program immerses students in traditional and contemporary ideas and processes, emphasizing high standards of craftsmanship and professional practice.

Printmaking is a rich interdisciplinary studio experience for majors and non- majors alike, and supports a broad range of approaches including intaglio, lithography, relief printing, screen-printing, monotype and letterpress. The program provides exposure to the rich history and diverse traditions of print, and an engaging program of visiting artists supports the coursework.

This month features work by the following artists: Stephanie Benhaim ’14, Samantha Mash ’13, Solita Harder-Montoya ’14, Ruth Callaway ’14, Robin Milliken ’11, Danielle Dumouchelle ’10, Jonathan Alt ’13, Jiyoon Yoo ’13, Jeremy Smania ’12, and Hannah McLain ’13.

For more information, visit the PNCA Printmaking Department webpage.

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All images courtesy of the artists and of the PNCA Printmaking Department.

by Killeen Hanson, MFA ACD '12

— Posted on 10/08 at 02:12 PM

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