Art
 

Printmaking Fundamentals

Printmaking Fundamentals
Introduction to the basic materials, techniques, history, and aesthetics of intaglio, lithography, and other printmaking processes.
ART
225
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAcceptance to a Department of Art degree program.
 NoteFee.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining ART 225
Course Outcomes: 

Printmaking Concepts, Theories, and History

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts, theories, and history of intaglio, relief, screen, and lithographic printmaking.

Printmaking Techniques and Process

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the basic techniques and processes of intaglio, relief, screen, and lithographic printmaking as introduced in class.

Application of Skills and Techniques

Students will appropriately apply basic printmaking skills and techniques as introduced in class to make intaglio, relief, screen, and lithographic prints.

Print Evaluation

Students will be able to evaluate prints based on professional criteria and standards introduced in class.

Aesthetic Awareness and Sensibilities

Students will demonstrate increased aesthetic awareness and sensibilities, particularly as they relate to printmaking, and successfully apply these in their art making.