CRAM 309: Ceramics + Print

A broad range of printmaking approaches are applied to the making of ceramic surfaces in historical and contemporary contexts. Etching, lithography, silk-screening, digital printing, among other techniques are applicable to the ceramic process, using ceramic paints, enamels and glazes to print and transfer images. This course explores the interface between ceramics and print. Through a series of projects various techniques, materials, processes and concepts are explored. Students are also expected to develop self-directed projects. Studio work, demonstrations, discussions, presentations and critiques are an integral part of this course.

Prerequisites: 

Any 200 level CRAM or permission of the instructor

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Sections: 

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