Hoehn Print Study Room

Etching by Wayne Thiebaud on display in the Print Study Room

Established in 2007, the Hoehn Print Study Room houses the University of San Diego’s Print Collection and serves as a space for the consultation of works in the university’s collection. As such, the 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 collection is further facilitated by the presence of a reference library that includes some 3,000 volumes related to the graphic arts and the history of printmaking. You can search for these volumes online through Copley Library's database.

University classes, scholarly researchers, and print enthusiasts are all welcome and encouraged to utilize these collections. The Print Study Room is located in Founders Hall next to the Hoehn Family Galleries, in Room 102. Please inquire for an appointment by contacting the Hoehn Curatorial Print Fellow in order to ensure staff availability: John Murphy, Ph.D | jpmurphy@sandiego.edu | (619) 260-7657

View of Hoehn Print Study Room
Reference books on a shelf in the Print Study Room.