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Room 1101 – Input | Output | Exposure Room
General-purpose room dedicated to digital manipulations, filmmaking, and exposure of litho plate, etching plates, and screens for screen printing. Equipment includes:
Room 1102 – Lithography Studio
The lithography studio is a dedicated workspace with several tables, equipment and chemistry to process stone, plate, and photo based lithographic processes. Equipment includes:
Room 1103 - Intaglio Studio
The intaglio studio is dedicated to traditional and exploratory processes in etching, engraving, mezzotint, and relief. The room is well equipped with work areas, rollers, and materials, including:
Room 1104 – Printmaking Survey Room
The printmaking survey room is dedicated to the introductory classes. The room is set up to facilitate an introduction to intaglio, relief, and plate lithography. The survey studio is equipped with the following:
Room 1105 – Graduate Studio
Each graduate student and studio major is gives space to work in addition to easy access the specific studios. Central to all the studios is the Graduate Studio, which house workspace, pin boards, flat files, workstation, screen table and is adaptable to suit those using the space.
Room 1106 – Screen Print Studio
The printmaking area has fully converted to water-based screen printing processes and houses several table, storage, and washout area dedicate to the process. The Screen printing studio contains the following equipment:
Room 1107 – Multi-Purpose Room
A flexible studio that serves screen-printing, letterpress, book arts, paper casting, workshops, visiting artists, and additional studio space.