Aug 05, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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ART 2260 - Printmaking II


Credits: 3

This sophomore-level course provides an overview of more advanced skills and concepts in the area of printmaking. Students learn more advanced techniques as they work toward creating a body of work. Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to demonstrate knowledge of research and technical skills; its application to individual process, and to apply this to their practice.

Prerequisites: ART 1160 - Printmaking I  

Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Compose designs that examine and apply the elements and principles of design.
  • Create visual designs that adapt to the various printmaking processes.
  •  Create prints that visually represent the student’s concept.
  • Produce prints that apply more advanced knowledge and skills of the printmaking processes.
  • Create a work of art that displays understanding and demonstration of combining printmaking with another medium.
  • Interpret contemporary art issues through research, ideation, problem-solving, and creativity.

ART 2260 Course Learning Outcome Rubric  

Required Course Materials:

  • Photopositive working plate Pair of Latex dishwashing gloves, or a box of latex or nitrile gloves Baby wipes (optional, but very helpful) Apron Notebook or sketchbook X-Acto knife/ #11 blades or Olfa Silver knife Ultra-fine point Sharpie marker Masking or artist’s tape Opaque mark-making implements such as: Opaque acrylic markers such as Montana markers, black acrylic, black gouache, Stabilo All pencils, Faber-Castell PITT pens, china markers (optional) Any materials necessary to complete Project 3
  • 6”x8” Photo Intaglio plate
  • 8 sheets Rives BFK
  • Old t-shirts for rags
  • Pair of Latex dish washing gloves or a box of latex or nitrile gloves
  • Apron
  • Skectch Book
  • X-Acto knife/ #11 blades or Olfa Silver knife
  • Ultrafine point Sharpie marker
  • Masking or artist’s tape
  • Opaque mark making implements such as: Opaque acrylic markers such as Montana markers, black acrylic, black gouache, Stabilo-All pencils, Faber-Castell PITT pens, china markers, litho crayons



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