This course builds on the printmaking techniques and aesthetic issues explored in Printmaking and Monotypes, using advanced methods in relief, intaglio and silkscreen to further develop individual aesthetic and conceptual goals. Students will use studio work, critique discussion, writing and research to explore cultural, conceptual and historical issues at the heart of printmaking. High levels of quality in imagery, increased technical proficiency and conceptual development are expected in the creation of work throughout the semester. Studio work is done during and outside of class time, along with image lectures, technical demonstrations and critique discussions.
ARTS 1010, ARTS 1020, ARTS 1130, ARTS 2010, ARTS 1550, and ARTS 1560, 267, and 369.