AE 1160 - Printmaking for Educators
This introductory-level course provides basic skills and conceptual ideas of printmaking. Printmaking for Educators emphasizes the exploration of traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques with an emphasis on non-toxic methods that can be adapted to the K-12 classroom. Students learn core fundamental technical skills including but not limited to: linocuts, relief collagraphs, and various monotype techniques. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have gained knowledge in the techniques, materials, and proper use of printmaking equipment, which can be translated to a K-12 curriculum.
Prerequisites: FD 1020 - 2D Design: Elements + Principles
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Define basic printmaking skills and ideas that can be translated to a K-12 classroom.
- Illustrate conceptual ideas through printmaking processes.
- Recognize historical and contemporary processes, concepts and issues that inform the field of printmaking through project work.
- Identify safe handling, storage and responsible ecological and biological disposal of printmaking inks and chemicals.
AE 1160 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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