ARTS 251 - Printmaking
The long tradition of printmaking as a means of disseminating ideas and images is central to the medium. Introduces a range of printmaking techniques including digital, lithography and relief. Through studio research, critiques, writing and experimentation, students develop a carefully considered individual approach to projects introduced in class. The semester culminates in the opportunity for students to pursue a print based on a collective theme and produce an edition of prints to be shared with one another. Historical and contemporary prints introduce a range of approaches to printmaking and aesthetic possibilities. The student’s cost for materials is about $150.
Prerequisites: ARTS 100
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Area of Inquiry: Human Thought and Expression
Core Component: None
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