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CPR 3311 : Screenprinting for Digital Media
Not needed post merger
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Screenprinting for Digital Media
Screenprinting for Digital Med
Fall 2017
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The combination of traditional printmaking processes and digital techniques will be explored. Students will learn how to produce limited-edition fine art prints and/or posters for graphic projects. They will also develop conceptual and technical skills for the creation of digitally-based work. Artwork will be generated on the computer and in combination with drawing, painting, and/or photography. Film positives for screenprinting will be printed directly from the computer as multilayered, duotone, or four-color process separations. Images will then be transferred to a screen using a photo emulsion process. The latest techniques for screenprinting will be demonstrated using water-based inks on archival papers as well as alternative materials. At times this course may be cross-tallied at the undergraduate level as CPR 3311 and at the graduate level as CPR 5311. Students seeking graduate credit will be required to do additional work including a research paper and formal presentation of their work and ideas to the general class.

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