Study printmaking, papermaking, and book arts as interrelated and expansive fields, connecting history and craft with new technologies and expressive possibilities.

 Jonathan Herrera talks about his experience studying print paper book at MCAD.

Do you consider yourself a visual person? Are you interested in printmaking, papermaking, and/or artists’ books? Do you dream of incorporating your love for art into your career?

As a Print Paper Book Major You Will:

  • Hone your technical and conceptual artistic skills
  • Explore traditional, photographic and post-digital processes of printmaking, papermaking, and bookmaking
  • Investigate how images, objects, and information are conceived and disseminated
  • Gain foundational and advanced skills in a variety of creative media
  • Acquire the skills and knowledge for a professional career in your chosen field

Tell Me More about Print Paper Book at MCAD

Student Work

Alumni Spotlight

Allison Wightman

Allison Wightman ’13

"The great thing about MCAD is that no matter what you major in, you can branch out and try anything you want. Even though I majored in print paper book, I spent a ton of time using the darkrooms and the 3D shop."

Faculty Spotlight

Natasha Pestich

Natasha Pestich, Professor

Natasha Pestich has exhibited nationally and internationally and is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships including an Anchor Graphics Residency and a McKnight Foundation Fellowship for visual arts. She was included in the Boston Printmakers 2013 North American Print Biennial.