In this minor, students with an interest in printmaking can develop their practice in one or more media by working with ideas and techniques drawn from their major or by treating printmaking as another area of practice. This minor provides a scaffolded pathway for students to learn about visual culture, technologies, and craft through traditional and contemporary printmaking by making prints, experimenting with processes and ways of working, and discussing histories and contexts for printmaking and printed matter. Students are expected to develop their ideas and understanding of their work, creating links between their visual thinking, creative process, and their visual work. The minor also gives students the opportunity to work toward a senior project or advanced projects that involve printing editions or self-publishing.
The Printmaking minor requires successful completion of 18 credits across two subject areas, as outlined in the chart below.
A student who has completed this minor should be able to demonstrate:
Minors are available to undergraduate students across The New School except those students at Lang and in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students who are completing a self-designed BA or BS in Liberal Arts, who are not permitted to declare minors. For students at Lang or in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students who are interested in pursuing deeper study of this subject area, opportunities are available through the self-designed major in Liberal Arts. To explore this, contact an academic advisor or read more information about self-designed options for
Lang or the
Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students.
The Printmaking minor requires an application for admission.
For questions regarding this minor’s curriculum, including requests for course substitutions, please contact Luciana Scrutchen, assistant professor of graphic design, at
School of Fashion
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