Art-Printmaking (ART_PRNT)

ART_PRNT 2700: Introduction to Etching and Relief Printmaking

Introduction to Etching and Relief techniques to create original works of art towards portfolio and concept development. Processes include copper etching, linocut, woodcut, photo and laser etching, aquatint, drypoint, mezzotint, collagraphy, monotype, B&W and color printing. Expendable materials fee required.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_PRNT 2730: Introduction to Screen Printing

Introduction to large format color screen printing to create original works of art toward portfolio and concept development. Processes include reduction, CMYK, photo based screen printing methods, screen building and registration. Expendable materials fee required.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_PRNT 3700: Intermediate Printmaking

Intermediate printmaking focuses on strengthening all printmaking processes (Etching, Relief, Screen Printing, Lithography, Photo mechanics, Collagraphy and Monotype) towards an emphasis in concept, critique and portfolio building. Expendable materials fee required

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: ART_PRNT 2700, ART_PRNT 2730


ART_PRNT 4700: Advanced Printmaking

An advanced study of all printmaking processes with an emphasis in experimentation towards finalizing a fully realized fine art portfolio for a career in art.  This class focuses on the refinement of all printmaking processes, critique and individual creative expression. May be repeatable to 15 hours. Expendable materials fee required.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_PRNT 2700 or ART_PRNT 2730 and ART_PRNT 3700


ART_PRNT 4785: Problems in Printmaking

An intense independent study of printmaking processes designed around the student's particular academic goals.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: departmental consent


ART_PRNT 7700: Graduate Printmaking

Graduate level study in all processes of printmaking with a focus on exploring thesis themes within the history and concept of print based art. May repeat to 15 hours maximum. Expendable materials fee required.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: departmental consent


ART_PRNT 7785: Problems in Printmaking

An intense independent study designed around the graduate student's particular academic goals.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: ART_PRNT 7700 and departmental consent


ART_PRNT 8700: Graduate Printmaking II

Continuation of ART_PRNT 7700. Repeatable to 15 hours.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_PRNT 7700 or equivalent