Printmaking Masters Theses

 
Integrating new artistic and technical approaches to printmaking with the great historical traditions of the medium, the MFA program encourages individual artistic growth through the exploration of printed multiples. Exposure to critical insights from faculty, visiting artists and print-world professionals leads to advanced personal work responsive to the issues defining the field. Mastery of intaglio, lithography, screenprint, relief, photo and digital methods – with special emphasis on one area – ensures confidence in the professional arena. MFA candidates in Printmaking also have the opportunity to design and teach a fully accredited course during Wintersession of their second year. In the final semester, degree candidates focus on creating a comprehensive body of work under the guidance of a thesis committee. All MFA candidates produce a written thesis book and participate in the RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition, a large-scale public show held annually.

In the final semester, degree candidates focus on creating a comprehensive body of work under the guidance of a thesis committee. All MFA candidates produce a written thesis book and participate in the RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition, a large-scale public show held annually.

Graduate Program Director: Andrew Raftery

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Modus operandi, Nabil Gonzalez

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& surface, Adam Mickey Porter