Art Center College of Design
Art Center College of Design

Printmaking — whether intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, woodcuts, or other formats — is a process of transferring a drawing to a form of relief and then to multiple hand-made images. At its core is drawing and color, although photography is often used now as well. As with other fine arts media, this is a personal and expressive art form driven by the artist’s individual interests. Work is usually sold through galleries and other commercial venues, and will also appear in museums.


Alberta College of Art and Design

Calgary, AB

Art Academy of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

California College of the Arts

San Francisco, CA

Cleveland Institute of Art

Cleveland, OH

College for Creative Studies

Detroit, MI

Columbus College of Art and Design

Columbus , OH

Cornish College of the Arts

Seattle, WA

Cranbrook Academy of Art

Bloomfield Hills, MI

Emily Carr University of Art and Design

Vancouver, BC

Kansas City Art Institute

Kansas City, MO

Maine College of Art

Portland, ME

Maryland Institute College of Art

Baltimore, MD

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Boston, MA

Memphis College of Art

Memphis, TN

Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

Milwaukee, WI

Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Minneapolis, , MN

Montserrat College of Art

Beverly, MA

New Hampshire Institute of Art

Manchester, NH

NSCAD University (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)

Halifax, NS

OCAD University

Toronto, ON

Otis College of Art and Design

Los Angeles, CA

Pacific Northwest College of Art

Portland, OR

Parsons School of Design

New York, NY

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Philadelphia, PA

Rhode Island School of Design

Providence, RI

Ringling College of Art and Design

Sarasota, FL

San Francisco Art Institute

San Francisco, CA

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Chicago, IL

The University of the Arts

Philadelphia, PA

Watkins College of Art, Design & Film

Nashville, TN

Orit Hofshi | Fine Artist

Orit Hofshi | Fine Artist

“I feel the impact of the PAFA experience on my growth as an artist transcends the obvious: sharpening skills, acquiring tools and learning a great deal from lectures and discussions,” states Hofshi. “I think it was after the second year at PAFA, when I realized that my artwork and ongoing research were a way of life and part of me, and not just a mode of expression. I understood both my personal circumstances and the wide array of local and international events are inherent in my creative process.”