Beginning Printmaking (VART 350) introduces students to basic printmaking techniques, relief, intaglio, and monotype; emphasis on sensitivity to materials and individual development. Two 2-hr studios a week and assigned work
Beginning Screen Printing
Beginning Screen Printing (VART 351) Introduces students to basic screen-printing technique with photo emulsion and analogic approaches. Emphasis on sensitivity to materials and individual development. Two 2-hr studios a week and assigned work.
Advanced Printmaking (VART 450) is comprised of individual research and studies using printmaking techniques, relief, intaglio, and monotype with a deeper approach in experimentation; emphasis on sensitivity to materials and individual development. Assigned work.
Printmaking and Comics
Printmaking and Comics (VART 349 Special Topics) introduces students to the study and creation of sequential art, character design and illustration approaches with relief and screen-printing applications.
Printmaking Studio Facilities, Jundt 101
Specialised equipment for the practice of relief, intaglio, screen-printing and lithography.• 2 (two) exposure units for screen-printing
• Dark room
• Wash-out booth.
• 20x30 Griffin Etching Press
• 30x50 Charles Brand Floor model press
• 32x48 Takach Table top
• Etching Room for copper+ rosin and hot plate
• Variable size Stones for lithography
• Charles Brand Lithography Press
• The Fuchs & Lang Litho Hand Press
• 15x22 Vandercook proof press
• Light Table