Printmaking

Printmaking allows students to experiment with the printed image as a core strategy for their artistic exploration. Traditional and alternative appraches to techniques are encouraged, building toward a personal and expressive vision. Material awareness is a key component of printmaking, as students etch zinc plates, carve woodblocks, and chemically process lithographic stones to create mulitples or one-of-a-kind images.

Curriculum:
Studio Art Major Core
ARTH 270 History of Art I
ARTH 272 History of Art II
ARTH 273 Modern Art History
ARTS 200 Drawing Fundamentals
ARTS 203 Three-Dimensional Design or
   ARTS 241 Ceramics1 
ARTS 222 Color and Design
ARTS 230 Digital Tools for Art and Design
ARTS 254 Painting Methods
ARTS 300 Life Drawing2 
ARTS 419 Advanced Drawing Studio3

Printmaking Concentration
ARTH 383 Contemporary Art History

Three (3) Intermediate Printmaking Electives from the following:
ARTS 261 Printmaking
ARTS 308 Woodcut
ARTS 328 Intaglio
ARTS 338 Lithography

One (1) of the following:
ARTS 290 Study Tour in Art and Architecture
ARTS ___ Any 300 or 400-level Studio Art Elective
COMM 208 Basic Photography

ARTS 479 Topics in Advanced Printmaking
ARTS 487 Senior Studio Art Seminar

1ARTS 203 Three-Dimensional Design is required for Art Education Concentration, 2Not required for concentration in Graphic Design, 3Not required for concentrations in Graphic Design or Illustration

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