Graduate Printmaking

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The Printmaking Curriculum is designed to encourage a wide variety of cross-disciplinary study. We expect that this broad based education will arm our students to effect change in the world with the art they create during their time at Pratt and beyond. The Faculty generously invest themselves in an intergenerational dialogue that is unique to New York. All practicing artists, writers, or critics, they bring with them conceptual rigor and a respect for the achievement of craft employed in their own practices. In addition, visiting artists, curators, critics, and arts professionals lecture and conduct studio visits.


Curriculum

Requirements for Master of Fine Arts (Printmkg)

  • Semester 1

    Complete these courses.

    FA-694A Printmaking IA

    COMPLETE 3 CREDITS OF ART CRITICISM/ANALYSIS/HISTOR
    PHIL-604 Aesthetics

  • Semester 2

    Complete these courses plus 3 elective credits.

    FA-694C Printmaking II

    FA-699A Symposium I

    COMPLETE 3 CREDITS OF ART CRITICISM/ANALYSIS/HISTOR
    COMPLETE 3 CREDITS OF LIBERAL ARTS
  • Semester 3

    Complete these courses plus 8 elective credits.

    COMPLETE 3 CREDITS OF ART CRITICISM/ANALYSIS/HISTOR
    FA-650A Thesis I

    FA-699B Symposium II

  • Semester 4

    Complete these courses plus 9 elective credits.

    FA-601 Thesis Statement I

    FA-650B Thesis II

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