Art & Art History

University of Mississippi

Courses: Printmaking

  • Art 366: Letterpress
    Students will learn fundamentals of typesetting and principles of typography, and they will use movable type and hand-operated printing presses.
  • Art 371: Introduction Relief & Planographic Print
    Lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and studio projects introducing woodcut, linoleum, embossing, and planographic printmaking processes.
  • Art 372: Intro to Intaglio Printmaking
    Lecture, discussions, demonstrations, and studio projects introducing etching, aquatint, metal engraving, collagraph, and dry-point processes.
  • Art 373: Book Arts
    Students will explore handmade books, including alternative bookbinding structures and successful integration of printed image and text.
  • Art 471: Advanced Printmaking
    Individual exploration of relief, intaglio, planographic, and new techniques of printmaking.
  • Art 566: Letterpress Printing
    Students will expand their knowledge of typesetting and letterpress printing with experimentation of materials and conceptual development. They will use movable type, photopolymer plates and hand-operated printing presses.
  • Art 571: Printmaking
    Special problems in printmaking with emphasis on individual development.
  • Art 573: Book Arts
    Exploration of handmade books, including alternative bookbinding structures and successful integration of printed image and text.
  • Art 671: Printmaking
    Special problems in printmaking with emphasis on individual development.

Printmaking

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Letterpress