Upper School students at Trinity may select from a wide-range of courses in the Visual Arts, including a course in printmaking. This course, which is available to all students who have completed either the Drawing and/or Painting courses, may include instruction in etching, intaglio and/or relief printing processes. Beyond the familiar linoleum cutting, relief processes may include Japanese wood block cutting, reduction printing techniques and the creation and printing of callographs. Students are encouraged to take an experimental approach on their way to defining their own unique voice.
Visual Arts faculty member Harrison Williams offers study in etching and printmaking and, in this video, demonstrates some of the techniques his students learned during 2009-2010.