2013-14 Catalog

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Offering Description

Printmaking: Introduction to Relief

Fall 2013 quarter

Faculty
Judith Baumann printmaking, digital imaging, visual arts
Fields of Study
visual arts
Preparatory for studies or careers in
fine art
Description

This studio-based course focuses on the rich history of relief printmaking and its applied aesthetic within fine art. Using both wood and linoleum, students will experiment with a variety of printing and carving techniques including hand editioning practices, reduction relief processes, and multiple block methods. Attention to craft and professional presentation of finished prints will be stressed throughout the quarter. Students should expect to work 6 - 8 hours in the studio outside of class time. The course will conclude with a print exchange.

Advertised Schedule
6-8p Tue/Thu
Location
Olympia
Online Learning
No Required Online Learning
Books
Greener Store
Required Fees
$10 materials fee for wood and linoleum
Special Expenses
Additional $50 - $75 for personal supplies including paper
Offered During
Evening