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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ART 3425 - Printmaking Studio (3)

When Offered: Fall; Spring
This course involves an in-depth exploration of printmaking practices with a specific thematic and/or technical focus. Various techniques in printmaking will be covered and may include or combine: intaglio, lithography, monotype, photo and digital processes. Themes may include topics such as sustainable printmaking, the political print and print-installation. This course will examine the development of printmaking throughout history and across cultures. Students will explore a variety of contemporary aesthetic approaches in printmaking. Barring duplication of content, a student may repeat the course for a total credit of 12 semester hours. Studio six hours.
Prerequisites: ART 1001 , ART 1002  and ART 1003  for Art and Visual Culture majors. Candidacy portfolio review for BFA Studio Art, BFA Graphic Design, or BFA Art Education majors; or permission of the instructor.