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Relief Printmaking (formerly Printmaking I)

Division: Fine Arts, Comm, and New Media

Department: Visual Art

Course: ART 2230

Title: Relief Printmaking (formerly Printmaking I)

Description: This course explores relief printmaking as a dynamic and thriving visual art medium. Students will create original prints utilizing the processes of woodcut, linocut, plastic engraving, and experiment with photo polymer processes.; Study will include investigation of the evolution and historical significants of each process as well as contemporary trends in the world of printmaking.; In addition to a final portfolio of prints, this course will culminate with the conception and execution of an editioned artists' book utilizing relief printing technologies.; A lab fee is required.


Courses Taught Fall 2020

SectionScheduleInstructor
2230-001MW5:30 pm-8:20 pmLarsen, Adam N.

Courses Taught Spring 2021

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