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Students in the printmaking program are encouraged to develop a solid technical foundation and still remain open to experimentation and aesthetic self discovery. Emphasis is placed on the use of safer printmaking processes and materials.


The printmaking studio at JMU is located in the Wine Price Building on the basement level.


Ostrander-Seymour Proofing Press, 20x26
Charles Brand Etching Press, 30x50
Charles Brand Lithography Press, 24x38
Takach-Garfield Lithography Press, 34x60
American Polylite Screen Exposing Unit, 32x50
New NuArc Flip-Top Platemaker, 22x26
NuArc Vertical Process Camera, 20x24
Metal Shears
Hydraulic Stone Lift
Omega 4x5 Enlarger
Cincinnati Screenprinting Vacuum Table, 48x72
Opaque Projector
Light Tables (3)
Drying Rack
Macintosh Computers (6)
Canon Flatbed Scanners (6)
HP LaserJet Printer
Large Library of Lithography Stones (maximum 24x36)
Washout Sink with Powerwasher
Hotplates (2)

JMU printmaking students have gone on to attend graduate programs at the following schools:

Indiana University, Bloomington
School of the Arts Institute, Chicago
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
San Francisco Art Institute
California College of the Arts
University of Washington, St. Louis
University of Washington, Seattle
West Virginia University, Morgantown
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Visual Studies Workshop
Ohio State University, Columbus
Rhode Island School of Design


Jack McCaslin, Professor of Art
M.F.A. University of Nebraska; B.F.A. Kansas State University 540.568.6307