Introduction to Printmaking
ARTS 1030 - 3 Credits
Introduction to Printmaking is a studio course in basic printmaking skills with equal focus on concept and technique. Students experiment with a variety of printmaking processes including collagraph, intaglio, litho, transfer, and monotype, providing the opportunity to work with a range of printmaking methods and materials. This course will examine the language of printmaking as a unique art form and establish a basis for further work in the medium. Using a variety of approaches, in both black and white and color, students will explore ways the may develop their individual vision through the creation of original prints.
Studio: 4 hours
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