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ART 3210 - Relief Printmaking

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Students will learn the basic printmaking processes and traditional techniques of carving and printing both wood and linoleum relief blocks. Contemporary approaches to relief processes through digital media experimentation will be introduced. Emphasis is on development of the student’s own ideas through experimentation, using traditional and non-traditional forms and processes. Safety issues will be addressed. Students will work from an introductory through an intermediate level, with a variety of progressive projects, each resulting in a small edition. The course will be administered through lecture, process demos, in class work time, and peer/individual critiques. Materials fee will cover most studio costs, excluding plates and paper. 
Number of Times this Course May Be Repeated: May be repeated once up to 6 credit hours.



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