PRNT 314 - Print Media: Studio Research

This course emphasizes research in a studio-based context and will focus on the aesthetic, social, and political contexts which has informed fine art printmaking. Course material will cover history and a range of topics in printmaking with an emphasis on contemporary issues, conceptual concerns, and technological innovation. Students will explore their self-directed research through discussions, studio work, presentations, and critique. Along with creating artwork and participating in course activities, students will also give a presentation based on their research, write an artist statement, and participate in a panel critique at the end of the semester.

Course Credits:

3

Course Prerequisites

One of PRNT 210 or PRNT 211 AND One of PRNT 212 or PRNT 215 or consent of Chair in consultation with the instructor.

Winter

SectionCRNInstructorSchedule
A31462Huston, Heather
Monday
2:00pm - 6:20pm room: 391