Major learning outcomes and measures to assess these learning outcomes:
Aside from grading students for their class work, an extremely accurate and explicit way of assessing knowledge and progress, the faculty follows the careers of many of the printmaking graduates. They have been quite successful in gaining teaching positions at the college and high school level as well as becoming master printers and exhibiting artists. Others have become division managers at paper mills and some have jobs at museums and galleries. Graduates have been able to continue at many of the finest graduate schools in the country: Cornell, Yale, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Tyler, and sister schools within SUNY. Many students continue printmaking as a fine art form professionally and have gallery representation. A number have gone on to print professionally at various well known workshops such as Tyler Graphics, Brand X, and the Tamarind Institute. Finally, printmaking students have won prestigious awards and grants such as the Fulbright, Pollock-Krasner, and Prix de Rome.
Competencies expected of printmaking students:
Also refer to the Foundation Program: Student Learning Outcomes.
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