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2006-2007 University Catalogue 
2006-2007 University Catalogue [Archived Catalogue]

FAPR 301 - Attitudes and Strategies: Printmaking

The first semester of this course concentrates on general issues of contemporary artists’ practice; the second semester continues with a focus on the printmaker’s world. The student creates many prints, exploring a variety of printmaking methods. Drawings to clarify the direction that a possible later series of prints might take are another expectation as well as completed drawing projects. Students should take at least one area of printmaking and develop technical skills beyond elementary proficiency. All three mediums: relief, intaglio, and lithography are to be used in making prints this semester. Combining methods, particularly for the addition of color, is urged. Formerly PR 333

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: FACR 301 Open to Printmaking majors only.

Credits: 3 cr, 6 hrs