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PRINTMAKING, BEGINNING

General ElectiveHumanities/Performance SkillsGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
A studio/lab course covering the various basic processes of fine art printmaking. Students will learn how to make mutable original prints from personally designed compositions. The methods used to create artwork will include the Intaglio print processes such as dry-point, monotype, and solar plate. The Relief system will be emphasized by the competition of woodcuts and lino-cuts. Students will leave the class with several editions of prints and a basic knowledge of hand-pulled printmaking practices.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 35
Lab: 30
Total: 65

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