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Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking

Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking

  • QS World University Rankings
  • Study Level Masters
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Start date Jan-2000
The graduate program in Printmaking is a two-year, 60-credit program leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree. The program provides a challenging, professionally directed curriculum with classes that offer a broad range of methods, approaches, and practical applications in the field of Printmaking. Students are encouraged to develop a personal vision and direction in their work. M.F.A. candidates have 24-hour access to a separate, fully equipped print studio. Interdisciplinary Study: The focus in Printmaking is augmented and balanced by specially designed graduate-level Art History courses and seminars; a required interdisciplinary seminar; and studio electives that ensure cross-disciplinary contact among students. Study Abroad: Students can elect to spend one of the two years of the program at Temple's campus in Rome. As space is limited, faculty approval is required. Accreditation: This degree program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. Areas of Specialization: The Printmaking area encompasses facilities for silkscreen, lithography, and etching. M.F.A. candidates work with faculty who are actively exhibiting professional artists. The faculty encourage the exploration of advanced printmaking techniques that include color and photo-etching, metal engraving, mezzotint, photo-lithography, viscosity color printing, woodcut, and full utilization of the computer as an image-creating tool. Job Prospects: The M.F.A. program prepares graduates for careers as professional artists and educators.

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