In the printmaking workshop, students not only have the chance to practice the pattern and template design lessons learned from their artist tutors, but also have the opportunity to develop their skills freely by applying their own projects.
When we consider printed works of art in terms of visuality, accessibility and portability, it is possible to understand their importance in art history more easily. Visual, two-dimensional works of art have been carrying the cultural heritage of nations for centuries, and this task becomes even more comprehensive with the latest technology such as 3D printing techniques that ARUCAD offers to its students.
In the printmaking workshops, students create from scratch, booklets, billboards, magazines, brochures, handbooks, posters, etc. While learning to produce, they also gain familiarity with printing techniques.