Printmaking: Advanced Topics
Course No. PRI 350-450 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Maggie Denk-Leigh
This is an advanced studio supporting the student in the refinement of their visual voice and skill level as realized in the production of prints and supporting studio work. Faculty and students develop the outline of course work for the semester through individual and group critiques encouraging the cultivation of their visual erudition and assisting in the student’s development. Possible combinations of the various techniques for single or multiple impressions are addressed. The student develops the ability to discern qualities unique to the field through material presented in lectures and hands-on demonstrations of technical processes and procedures. As the student engages in the production of a body of work, they become informed of the particular characteristics and advantages of print as a medium and develop the ability to critically respond to aesthetics and concepts both within and beyond the field. Encouraged for third and fourth year students. Required for senior Print majors. Offered fall.
Shelley Costa Bloomfield
A 2004 Edgar Award nominee for Best Short Story, Shelley Costa is the author of A Killer’s Guide to Good...more
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