Dec 16, 2019  
Spring 2010 Course Catalog 
    
Spring 2010 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ART 110 - Printmaking I

3 humanities credits

An introduction to printmaking that offers creative opportunities to students of varying skill levels. Students explore realistic, abstract, and non-objective themes using a variety of basic printmaking techniques such as line etching, aquatint, linoleum block, monotype, and collograph. Computers are available for image development.Printmaking is the technical and aesthetic area of the visual arts in which the artist draws on (or otherwise manipulates) a print surface of some kind (such as a linoleum block or piece of etching zinc). Original works, resembling drawings, are created by applying ink to the incised (or otherwise treated) print surface and pressing paper against it.Class Hours: 4Corequisite: No previous art or printmaking experience is necessary.