UM Print Studio

The printmaking area has four relief/intaglio presses, acid room, three lithographic presses, lithographic stones, a screen-printing area with back-lit wash-out booth, power washers, large photographic vacuum exposure unit, In addition, students have access to a MAC lab, Clean room/Print Archive & Matting area equipped with a large Fletcher matt cutter. The main printmaking studio is located on the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building in a well-lit studio with beautiful views of the Bitterroot Mountains, with a second print studio for BFA and graduate students located on the first floor.

 The Main Studio is equipped with a large Takach etching press, Large motorized Glen Alps etching press and Armstrong etching press.  A second Graduate/BFA studio is also equipped with a fourth Griffin etching press.
The main studio is also equipped with a Griffin lithography press and a Praga lithography press.
We have a large plate burner for photo lithography, as well as maintaining a collection of lithographic stones for traditional work.  The litho area is equipped with state of the art snorkel ventilation and slot ventilation.

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