Printmaking

ART 60 INTAGLIO (ETCHING) AND RELIEF I
Recommended Preparation: ART 80
Designed to introduce students to a variety of approaches involving Relief and Intaglio areas of printmaking. Basic processes of etching, collograph,drypoint linoleum/woodcut, and monotypes will be stressed. Both traditional and experimental approaches important to the development of a print will be used through the course of study. Students will be expected to develop a print from an original idea, through the various technical levels of each process, to the actual printing of an edition.


ART 61 INTAGLIO (ETCHING) AND RELIEF II
Prerequisite: ART 60
Designed with emphasis on advanced skills in the process of Relief and Intaglio areas of printmaking. Edition printing, advanced technical skills, and continued development of personal imagery and unique style will be stressed.


ART 62 INTAGLIO (ETCHING) AND RELIEF III
Prerequisite: ART 61
Designed to emphasis advanced skills in the process of Relief and Intaglio areas of printmaking. Edition printing (color), advanced technical skills of multiplate printing, color printing, and continued development of personal imagery and unique style. Students will incorporate basic techniques learned in prior courses to develop multicolor, multiplate registration, and printing techniques.


ART 63 INTRODUCTION TO SCREEN PRINTING
Principles, basic methods and techniques of preparing handcut and photographic stencils, printing techniques, simple color separation, and equipment and material handling. Care, use and safety precautions in operating and cleaning the silkscreen unit. Also listed as GC 63. Credit given in either area, not both.