Propaganda: Media, Dissemination, Technique
Course No. PRI 240-340-440 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Maggie Denk-Leigh
From punk bands to political rallies, different techniques have been used to create attention- grabbing graphics. Through a variety of projects in this course, students will explore a range of techniques including approaches to screen-printing from simple stencil making methods; direct drawing on the screens; to a variety of ways to use photo emulsion, including the integration of digital imaging software. The emphasis of this class is the development of rich personal imagery and the relationship of form working with content to effectively communicate ideas. This course is for students from all levels and majors. Notes: open elective. Encouraged for juniors and seniors as an elective Studio. Required for senior Printmaking majors. Fulfills Engaged Practice requirement.
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