If conditions allow, aThis is an introductory course in which students will develop the foundations of the woodcut relief printmaking process using the hand burnishing method. Students will explore and research the use of relief printmaking by Indigenous artists of the Pacific world and will create a conceptual body of work with an emphasis on professional editioning practices. This course is designed to support both students who are visual art emphasizers, as well as those who are curious about the skills and knowledge necessary for sustained creative work. These skills are often prerequisites for those who wish to be involved with artistic practice or plan on teaching. ll classes will be held in the new Carving Studio.
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Visual arts, cultural studies, Native American studies
$100.00 for printmaking materials and supplies