The Printmaking Association of North Texas Students, PANTS, organizes exhibitions,
community events, field trips, fundraisers, awards, visiting artist events and portfolio
The College of Visual Arts and Design is one of the nation's most comprehensive visual
arts schools and is considered among the best in the Southwest.
We provide many opportunities to exhibit your work while you progress through the
program. Exhibitions are held on campus in the Cora Stafford Gallery, Paul Voertman
Gallery and other exhibition venues.
Our studios offer more than 5,000 square feet of space with seven etching/relief presses,
three lithography presses, a large selection of lithography stones and exposure units
for screen print, intaglio and lithography. You may also use the digital print labs,
digital fabrication labs, paper-making studio, woodshop and sculpture shop in the
Art Building for cross-media equipment.
You'll join a tight community of printmaking students who collaborate on activities
ranging from organizing print sales to coordinating travel to conferences.
Our Printmaking faculty are nationally and internationally recognized professional
artists who train students with technical skills, instill a sense of conceptual rigor,
promote creative research and mentor students for professional development opportunities.