Established in 2007 with the support of Robert and Karen Hoehn, the Hoehn Family Print Study Room houses the University of San Diego’s print collection. The Study Room also serves as a space for the consultation of prints in the university’s permanent collection. As such the Hoehn Family Print Study Room is unique within the San Diego area as a publicly accessible research center dedicated to the study of prints. Direct engagement with the permanent collection is further facilitated by the presence of a print reference library that includes some 3000 volumes related to printmakers and the history of printmaking, especially in Europe and North America.
University classes, scholarly researchers, and print enthusiasts are all welcome to visit the Study Room during open hours and also by appointment. The Study Room is located in Founders Hall, Room 102. During the school year open hours are maintained on Wednesday afternoons, from 1:00 - 5:00p.m. For specific research queries, to arrange visits outside of open hours, or to arrange for class or group visits, please inquire for an appointment by contacting Katherine Powers: firstname.lastname@example.org (619) 260-7516.