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ART 219 - Printmaking III

3 Credits, 5 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 3 lab periods

Continuation of ART 214 . Includes experimentation with intaglio, multi-color possibilities with non-traditional compositions, relief and intaglio multi-processes, monoprint with multiple plates, and critical analysis.

Prerequisite(s): ART 214  


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Demonstrate experimental, non-traditional use of medium.
  2. Demonstrate advanced problem-solving in traditional intaglio processes.   
  3. Demonstrate advanced multi-process printing. 
  4. Demonstrate expanded use of monotype printing with additional color plates and/or nontoxic processes. 
  5. Discuss personal prints and engage critical analysis.

Outline:
  1. Experimentation With Intaglio, Relief and/or Other Print Processes
    1. Creative combinations  
    2. Viscosity printing  
  2. Multi-Color Possibilities With Non-Traditional Compositions  
    1. Two-color combinations, and/or shaped/cut plates
    2. Viscosity printing  
  3. Combing Relief and Intaglio Multi-Processes
    1. Wood, zinc or copper
    2. Acrylic and/or acetate, transparent substrates for registration
    3. Chin colle or nontraditional collage processes
    4. Solarplates and ImageOn and/or solar/non-solar photo processes
  4. Expand on Monoprint With Multiple Plates, Offset or Varied Multiples Runs
    1. Creative combinations and registration  
    2. Viscosity printing with oil-based or water-based inks  
    3. Ghost prints with additional development
  5. Critical Analysis
    1. Use accurate print terminology of tools and processes in discussions/critiques
    2. Relate contemporary and historical references and solutions to personal work
    3. Final portfolio of intermediate to advanced prints


Effective Term:
Fall 2016



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