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SART 27 Printmaking I

The course offers an introduction to the technical fundamentals in print media focusing on some of the following: etching, stencil printing (screen printing and/or risography), relief, monoprinting, as well as zine and artist books. Processes vary based on subtitle and explore a range of materials which may include wood, linoleum, copper, pronto plates, photopolymer, and acrylic plates to be printed in multiples and/or as unique variations. The course expands a student's capacity for developing images through two-dimensional design and conceptual processes. We will examine historical and contemporary printmaking results (using the Hood Museum and Rauner’s outstanding collections), while exploring methods of making and experimenting with analog and digital print formats. This course asks students to consider printmaking in a contemporary context through technique and discussion. You will be encouraged to discover new methods of practice, including collaborative work, unfamiliar materials, and a hybridity of tools/processes. Printmaking is a unique intersection of Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Photography, Architecture and Visual Communication. Supplemental course fee required. Enrollment limited. 


Ancliffe, Dannin, Caine, Treacy

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