Printmaking

The Printmaking studios at Evergreen serve students who are enrolled in Full-time Courses and Evening and Weekend Studies, as well as students pursuing Individual Learning Contracts.

Committed to using techniques and materials that do not harm students or the environment, there is a strong emphasis on non-toxic processes. The studio is equipped to provide instruction in the following areas intaglio, letterpress, relief, and serigraphy.

 

Printmaking Studio and Equipment

 

Evergreen’s Printmaking Studios are located in Lab II, rooms 0233, 2225 and 2231.

  • These spaces include four etching presses and four letterpress machines. There are several stations for serigraphy including a vacuum table for printing.
  • Other specialized equipment available include a darkroom for photo-based techniques, exposure units, a separate washout room, an airbrush and fume hood for acquaint, a vertical acid tank, large hot plates, a large paper soaking sink, and 20 cabinets of type (housing one of the largest type collections in the Pacific Northwest!).
  • The Printmaking Studio also offers the convenience of selected art supplies for sale. A wide variety of printmaking papers and other materials are available and are easily charged to student accounts.

For more information, please contact the Printmaking Technician, Emily Adams (adamse@evergreen.edu), or the Visual Arts Operations Manager, Michelle Pope (popem@evergreen.edu).