ARTS222 : Intermediate Printmaking Processes

Intermediate lecture/studio course which examines in-depth exploration of several printmaking processes including reduction linocut, multi-color woodcuts, non-toxic etching, basic hand-crafted books, and overprint, and hand-coloring methods in order to understand printmaking and book arts as a means of exploration, personal expression, and effective communication. Students will examine a variety of related materials and understand creative techniques and the importance of planning and design.
Students are responsible for cost of instructional art materials and supplies beyond those directly covered by lab fees.

Prerequisites

ARTS120 or ARTS211 or permission of instructor.

Overview

Program

Credits

3
Lecture Hours
2
Lab/Clinical/Field Study Hours
2