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Course Syllabus, Art 479, Printmaking/Advanced Screen Printing,  4 Credits Kay Campbell,  Professor of Art,  e-mail: [email protected]  Office: Fairbanks Hall, Rm. 202    ph: 737-5015 Office Hours: Tues./Thurs. 8:30-9:00 a.m.,Tues.1:00-2:00 p.m. Required Text:   Screen Printing Today  by Andy Mac Dougall PREREQUISITES : Art 379, Printmaking/Screen Printing CATALOG DESCRIPTION Studio course in screen printing with an emphasis on photo emulsion  processes. Students are expected to develop a portfolio of prints that emphasizes  the exploration of  personal content while employing advanced silk screening techniques and related processes.  The  course will consist of studio production, lectures, demonstrations and critiques.  Students should  anticipate dedicating an additional 6 hours or more of studio practice and/or research to the course  above and beyond regular class time each week.      COURSE OBJECTIVES :   To provide students with continued study of advanced screen printing  techniques and to extend their general knowledge of printmaking processes.  Students will be  encouraged to explore their artistic vision, personal imagery and content through the use screen printing  as a visually expressive medium. This class complements other courses in the printmaking curriculum  while integrating it with other forms of artistic practice.  Screen printing offers a bridge to other art media  including photography, digital imaging and painting.  Students are encouraged to incorporate cross  disciplinary processes into their creative works.  Successful completion of the course includes the  presentation of a comprehensive portfolio that represents evidence of breadth in the technical aptitude of process as well as depth in conceptual motivation. LEARNING OUTCOMES : Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have •   produced a portfolio that demonstrates the their understanding of the techniques and  processes covered in class. •   produced screen prints that visually demonstrate their unique artistic voice. •   become conversant in how the screen printing practice merges with other printmaking  processes.
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  • Spring '14
  • Murphy,Colette
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