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Dubinsky Printmaking Studio

Printmaking studio space with white walls, tall ceilings, and lots of natural light. Two people look at prints on a work table.

The first floor of Bixby Hall features an expansive integrated printmaking suite for letterpress, etching, lithography, and illustrated books. The printmaking area features etching presses, a lithography press, and a motorized etching press capable of producing 4'x8’ prints.


2 Etching Presses (1 mechanical, 1 motorized)
1 Lithography Press
Screen Printing Facilities
Dark Room
Large Format Printer
10 Color Risograph
Metal Shear
Vacuum Frame Plate Maker
UV Exposure Unit
Hot Plate
Large Paper Sink
15" Vinyl Plotter


Training is required before the use of these spaces. Classes scheduled in these spaces are automatically enrolled in training. For information about individualized training, contact Amelia Jones at

Island Press

The state-of-the-art facility also serves as home to Island Press, which takes its name from a massively oversized etching press—60 inches wide by 120 inches long—that was built in the early 1990s by professor emeritus Peter Marcus, in collaboration with St. Louis machinist Warren Sauer.