Middlesex University

Printmaking MA

Middlesex University
En London (England)

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Passionate for pintmaking? Would you like to work in this amazing industry?

With state of the art facilities and exper guidance from some of the UK's leading academics and technical staff, our course will enable you to explore both experimental and traditional approaches to printmaking.

During this course you will be using innovative resources for etching, intaglio, lino, letterpress, stone lithography, screenprint, ceramic and 3D printing, you will improve your own unique approach to printmaking through workshop enquiry, research and critical understanding of your practice.

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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

3d training
Skills and Training
Advanced Research
Critical Debates
creative exploration
Developing Practice
social skills


Course content

What will you study on the MA Printmaking?

Each module is designed to be flexible, allowing you to bring your own printmaking interests to the assignments while extending the boundaries of your current artistic practice through experimentation, research, analysis, and creative exploration. The majority of this course is centred around developing and fully completing a substantial body of print-based work towards an external public exhibition. This will be supported by research reports and regular presentations on the progress of the project.

In the print workshop there is a large collection of metal and wood type, the possibility of working with printed textiles, and other unconventional approaches to printmaking. You can also learn to use the CAD workshop, including laser-cutting machines and several different 3D printers.

What will you gain?

You will have direct applied experience of relief, silk screen, lithography, etching and printing as well as modern digital printing techniques. You will have experience of making, displaying and promoting your printwork to a professional standard. You will also develop the skills to undertake detailed contextual research which will inform your work.

You will gain expertise in printmaking which can be applied to design, craft and other forms of art work. You will also gain a broad knowledge of printmaking history and practice which you will be able to apply to all your future creative practice and research. The course will give you a professional grounding toward a future career in printmaking or any other artistic or creative industry.

  • Modules
    • Developing Practice – Term 1 (30 Credits)

      In this module you will explore a chosen area of printmaking in a contemporary context while enhancing your technical skills. You’ll employ a variety of reflective methods to develop your own creative research proposal with the advanced communication skills to present, discuss and evaluate your work effectively.

    • Critical Debates – Term 1 (30 Credits)

      In this module you'll explore the key concepts, ideas, issues and research methodologies relating to the practice and theory of printmaking. With particular focus on the cultural and social contexts within your chosen discipline, you'll produce a portfolio of critical responses to contemporary debates in research and professional practice.

    • Printmaking and Exhibition – Term 2 (30 Credits)

      In this module you will propose and create a body of printed work supported by a clear and contextualized written report on the outcomes. You’ll explore and define a printmaking practice from a design, illustration or fine art practice while engaging with new methods of presentation, such as 3D printing and installation.

    • Advanced Research – Term 2 (30 Credits)

      In this module you will examine a diverse range of advanced approaches to printmaking research using both historical and contemporary sources. This module will enable you to explore the work of practitioners and scholars in printmaking, and the contemporary research problems they face.

    • Major Project – Term 3 (60 Credits)

      Using research methodologies, concepts and processes previously explored in the course you will evaluate interrelationships between theory and practice. You will produce a substantial body of practice work for external public exhibition, supported by critical and reflective written work that demonstrates your resolution and expertise.

You can find more information about this course in the programme specification. Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.