Art 372. Intermediate Printmaking
This course includes lectures, discussions, and demonstrations exploring traditional print processes with the incorporation of digital practices. Students learn digital strategies for creating images in screen printing, intaglio, lithography, and digital printing. Students develop meaningful content in conjunction with the acquisition of technical skills. Assignments include projects with etching and silkscreen.
By the end of the semester, students will have:
- acquired a range of media based skills in traditional, digital, and experimental printmaking.
- experience with a range of media and methods in both traditional printmaking, digital imaging, and their potential for combination and focused development.
- explored a variety of a conceptual frameworks for making and their relationship with both audience and context / format.
- proﬁciency with visual language skills.
- advanced craft skills and appreciation as they relate to print making and presentation.
- be able to analyze and critique works from a range of approaches and disciplines.
- produce well-supported positions that thoroughly and respectfully considers alternative viewpoints in project development, class discussion and critique.
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