Fall 2015 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions

Metz, Greg
Discipline and Number
ARTS 3373 Section 001
M Time 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Course Title

Description of Course:

This course will focus on printmaking specific to the silkscreen art form. The use of silkscreen as a contemporary art medium has gained unprecedented popularity in recent years. Students will engage in three silkscreen print projects, addressing issues of process, technique, design and image development. They will begin with color field printing and optical design, working into color process printing and computer generated image transfers. Students will also explore new applications for incorporating silkscreen properties into other print forms and traditional mediums such as painting and 3D applications. Students who have taken this class previously may work on their own self-directed projects.

Required Texts:

Optional Suggested Textbook
Screenprinting: The Complete Water-Based System
Publisher: Thames & Hudson (April 2004)

Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:

Prerequisite: 2D design: ARTS 2380 or equivalent.
Material cost approximately ($160- $220)

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