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State-of-the-art, light-filled facilities
with exceptional equipment
BU College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts printmaking program is housed in an expansive workshop with state-of-the-art facilities.
Printmaking is housed in state-of-the-art facilities, in a brilliant light-filled space, with exceptional equipment. The 5000-square-foot facilities are thoroughly ventilated and include five studios with six etching presses, three lithography presses, limestone inventory, two Vandercook letterpresses with type, a dedicated acid room, a printmaking darkroom with two large exposure units, a screen print studio, and washout booth, and a digital print facility with 12 work stations, five large-format printers, scanner, and a 22″Wacom Cintiq Touch Screen.
The print studios at SVA are a common facility that provides a fertile and intensive cross-major setting in which students share ideas, techniques, and processes.
Layering media with printmaking and technology
Printmaking students also have access to BU’s EPIC Center, which provides laser cutting and 3D modeling capability. The print studios at SVA are a common facility that provides a fertile and intensive cross-major setting in which students share ideas, techniques, and processes.
Explore the Art of Printmaking at CFA
Meet Brianna Howard (CFA’22), a printmaking and painting alum, who takes us through the many steps of her creative process. Get a glimpse of what it’s like to work in CFA’s printmaking studios.