After UArts : MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking
Graduates of the MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking program have the conceptual and technical skills necessary to teach, print, design, publish or curate. They work in book and paper conservation, like Jim Hinz MFA '95 (Book Arts/Printmaking), who is currently the director of book conservation at the Conservation Center of Art and Historical Artifacts in Philadelphia.
Book Arts/Printmaking alumni are the recipients of prestigious fellowships and residencies from such organizations as the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Venice Printmaking Studio and the Center for Book Arts in New York. Work by our graduates has been exhibited at and is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Yale University Special Collections, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, the Free Library of Philadelphia, Tate Modern, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the New York Public Library and Princeton University, among others.
In addition to operating their own independent studios and businesses, graduates of the MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking program also find success at a broad range of organizations, including: