Introductory Printmaking Techniques (CEPR 100)

Course Details

Learn core printmaking skills, including monotype, relief and etching in this introductory course. Students will be introduced to various traditional printmaking techniques, hand printing and mechanical press methods, and safe studio practices with the goal of creating both unique and reproducible works. Using a variety of surfaces and materials – from linoleum, wood, metal and found objects – students will explore and experiment with different ways to make marks, transfer textures, and create editioned images. Emphasis is place on establishing best practices, creative expression and exploration, and discovery of contemporary ideas of the printed form.

Course Format

This course is offered on campus.

Instructional Hours: 36 hours (9 classes, 4 hours per class)

Additional Hours: 36 hours for independent study and practice, assignment completion and homework.

Terms Offered

This course is typically offered during the following terms:

(Subject to change)

Fall | September to December

Summer | April to August

Pre-requisites

  • None

Programs this course applies to

Tuition + Materials

Tuition is $696.75. Download your detailed materials list before your first class.

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