Printmaking focuses on concepts and techniques. Organized to offer a flexible experience, this option targets the development of problem solving and skill building within the context of printmaking. The curriculum addresses a wide variety of media, tools, and both traditional and technological techniques, as well as theoretical concepts to facilitate skill development and experimentation processes. This option is part of the Studio Arts BFA program.
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In her work, Dominique Pickett ’20 (Fine Arts Studio; now Studio Arts) explores "navigating social issues of institutional racism in our society," she said. "These experiences leave us with unresolved...
Luvon Sheppard, described as the heart and soul of the RIT School of Art faculty, has a solo exhibition coming to RIT City Art Space celebrating his five-plus decades as an artist, educator and community collaborator.