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Printmaking Studio, FAB
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This is a view of the intaglio and relief section of the undergraduate printmaking studio in the Department of Art and Design. The printmaking area has an internationally recognized program, which is supported by an outstanding studio that enables students focusing in both fine arts and design to engage in high calibre creative research. In addition to the facility depicted in this panorama, the printmaking area has additional facilities focused in lithography, silkscreen, letterpress, as well as new digital media. Alongside of this this, there is a separate studio for graduate students in printmaking.

The Printmaking Studio is located inside the Fine Arts Building (FAB) on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. FAB is also home to a number of other studios including Painting, Sculpture, and Visual Communication Design.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Caricate: 02/04/2012
Aggiornato: 22/04/2014
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