University General Course Catalog 2022-2023 
    
    Jan 27, 2023  
University General Course Catalog 2022-2023
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ART 124 - Intro to Printmaking

(3 units) CO7
Introduction to historical and contemporary fine art prints with studio practice in intaglio, relief, screen process, lithography and monotype.

Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Laboratory/Studio: 3
Offered: Every Fall and Spring

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. analyze, synthesize and integrate an understanding of the history of printmaking from the 15th century to the present and be able to articulate this subject in project development, class discussion, and critique.
2. identify and analyze the historical and contemporary contexts of different printmaking processes such as collagraph, silkscreen, relief, intaglio, and monotype in relationship to culture, society, and individual identity, and determine applications of this analysis in one’s own artistic work.
3. demonstrate comprehension of and ability to employ the elements and principles of visual art and design via a variety of printmaking processes.
4. identify and critically evaluate from a variety of sources how visual art inspires and is inspired by other forms of art, such as music, film and written texts including poetry and novels.
5. use practical concepts to interpret and critically analyze works of art articulating technical, conceptual, and aesthetic issues in class discussion, project development, and critique.
6. produce well-supported positions that thoroughly and respectfully considers alternative viewpoints in ?project development, class discussion and critique.
7. develop and evaluate possible solutions to studio art assignments that lead to well-grounded and creative conclusions.
8. demonstrate awareness of one’s own beliefs, concepts, and biases in assignment interpretation, project fabrication, class discussion, and critique.


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