Art 270 Introduction to Printmaking: Relief
A studio focused course concentrating on the planographic printmaking processes traditionally identified as "relief printmaking". This specialized technique will be presented utilizing the practice and concepts unique to historic, traditional/nontraditional and contemporary printmaking methodology. Monoprinting one of a kind image making and edition printing creating identical multiple images will be explored. Graphic languages developed through researching historical and contemporary influences will be presented to inspire and stimulate the students imagination and knowledge of graphic languages. Sequential thinking processes and theory will also be addressed. May be repeated twice for credit maximum 8 credits.