FA 203 Printmaking I
This course is a comprehensive introduction to the basic printmaking disciplines through traditional and contemporary techniques such as intaglio, relief, monotype and screen print. Principles of 2D design, color and mark making are emphasized. These skills support the production of independent work. Students will build on process and experiment with print media in order to think creatively and critically. Presentations on the historical and contemporary print as well as visiting artists provide context. There is an additional studio fee for shared supplies.
There is an additional studio fee for shared supplies. This studio course meets six hours weekly as well as independent work outside the classroom.
It requires an additional studio fee. Six hours weekly and independent work.
Prerequisite: FA 103 or FA 104 . No prerequisites for non-art majors.