Printmaking Information Session for Undergraduate Students
Join Toni Rosati, Chair of the Printmaking department, and the Office of Admissions on March 17th at 6:30pm for a presentation on PAFA’s Printmaking courses. Toni will talk about what happens in the expansive printshop and show you a video of the printmaking process! This event is free, conducted over zoom, and is designed for prospective and accepted undergraduate students. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Printmaking students gain mastery in woodcut and relief printmaking, etching, drypoint, and other intaglio processes, plate and stone lithography and the arts of silkscreen, letterpress, book arts, and digital media. Instruction includes both color and black-and-white techniques and provides advanced courses for in-depth experience and specialized technical training with printmaking methods. Beyond the technical skills, PAFA also emphasizes professional skills including lessons on how to create an artist’s resume, digital documentation and artist’s statements, and how to make effective presentations.
Toni Rosati has given numerous presentations on an array of printmaking history subjects and has demonstrated various printmaking methods to include simultaneous color printmaking. His work is in many private and public collections and nine public museums, including the James A. Michener Museum, the Knoxville Museum of Art, Woodmere Art Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Library of Congress and the National Gallery of Art. Rosati teaches Preliminary Intaglio, Print Media, Monotype and Thesis Seminar and is a Critic in the Certificate/BFA program