Course DescriptionThis course introduces students to a range of printmaking processes. Students explore graphics, color theory, drawing, design, and composition. They create portfolio-quality prints using professional techniques in a range of assignments, both representational and conceptual. The class covers etching, drypoint, and monotype as well as less conventional techniques.
- Acquire beginning level skill-sets in the printmaking media, including etching, monotype, silkscreen, and other related media
- Research and recognize historical precedents regarding print and printmaking
- Draw connections between the culture of printmaking with content and form
- Develop a facility for exploring concepts in visual work
- Demonstrate competence in creating work that is engaged from within and inspired by the world around them
- Produce work in print media suitable for inclusion in one's portfolio
- Critique peer work, with a focus on evaluating and giving feedback on work in progress
- Lead with confidence a critique of one's own work, including framing questions for feedback
This course is one offering from our Parsons Summer Intensive Studies program. For more information on schedule, registration, and refund policies, see program details.