From the development of Gutenberg’s printing press in 15th century Europe to the digital process of today, Printmaking represents an exciting, influential and enduring approach to art making.

The study of Printmaking at NAS focuses on technical instruction in the uses of varying printmaking media to assist students in discovering their own personal visual language expressed through Printmaking.

Our Printmaking studio facilities cover the full range of printmaking processes including relief, intaglio, screen-printing, lithography and digital output. Students are guided thorough an extensive range of print formats, from an introduction to traditional approaches to printmaking and printing methods, to the making of artist’s books, multiples and digital print process.