This minor emphasizes the development of skills related to designing and creating books, incorporating both type and imagery. Instruction in image-making in multiples through printmaking processes, basic typesetting techniques, and introductory bookbinding methods are studied.
Students demonstrate independent, creative problem solving and original thinking through the development of a distinct and personal approach to art making informed by contemporary issues and historical precedents.
Students will acquire an awareness of contemporary issues broadly speaking, within the disciplines of art and beyond.
Students demonstrate proficiency in a number of advanced techniques in their individual studio practice, including a deep familiarity with materials and processes.
Students demonstrate an awareness that craft/content/format are of equal importance.
Students demonstrate knowledge in the history of their discipline and an understanding of how their work relates to that history.