The Printmaking program's labs, faculty office/studios, and graduate studio spaces are all located in Haskett Hall. Printmaking shares specific photography labs with the Photography program that is also located in Haskett.
The facilities include:
- An intaglio lab with two Brand etching presses, two large hotplates and an attached but separate acid room with dedicated ventilation system for acids. It also includes a separately ventilated spray-booth and plate-cleaning sink.
- A well ventilated photomechanics lab and darkroom with large, recently refurbished Brown 24in Copy Camera allowing for hands-on production of film line shots to half-tones at a first stage, direct maximum of 20in x 24in. Large, 30in x 40in, flip-top, pulsed xenon, platemaker. Enlargers and a second, vacuum controlled platemaker for contact printing in the darkroom are included. Support and materials for all photo printmaking processes are also included in this studio.
- Alternative photo processes are available in the darkroom shared with Photography. Numerous links and access to digital imaging are available in other facilities in the department and university.
- Three shared office/studios are available for graduate students on the second floor of Haskett Hall; one is on the first floor. Problems remain relative to environmental control in each.
In addition, printmaking students have access to extensive Computer facilities for digital imaging and manipulation such as the state of the art Fergus-Gilmore Computer Studio (FGCS) which features high-end archival inket printers, high resolution glassless slide scanners and colormatch software. The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD), the Emerging Technologies Studio and numerous other University computer labs are also available to graduate students in printmaking.