Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Handbook

Drawing Studios, Painting Studios, and Printmedia Studio

Nick Dowgwillo - Exhibition 2D Media Studio Coordinator

Nick is in charge of the printmaking, painting, and drawing studios. Talk to him if you would like to discuss oil painting mediums or if you keep getting salty flats in your litho. He is also available for personal lectures on the finer points of litho chemistry. Email Nick

Drawing Studios

The drawing studios (rooms 2058, 2062, 2063) are equipped with easels, drawing, and flat tables. You are free to use these studios whenever classes are not in session, but please note that it’s important to clean up after yourself.

Painting Studios

The painting studios (room 2063 and 2094) have easels and are ventilated to prevent the buildup of paint fumes. Students who wish to use these studios need to contact the studio coordinator Nick Dowgwillo for an orientation.

Printmedia Studio

The printmedia studio (room 2143) is equipped for relief, intaglio, and planographic processes. It has 2 etching presses, 3 lithography presses, and a small Vandercook proofing press. For lithography, it has a library of approximately 75 Bavarian limestones, a large graining sink, and large­scale plate supports. For etching, it has ferric chloride baths, a rosin box, and multiple hotplates. In addition, the studio is equipped with a Nuarc exposure unit for photo­processes.

Training on how to use the equipment in the printmedia studio is necessary: please contact studio coordinator Nick Dowgwillo.