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CPR 7351 : Adv Print: Screenprint/Woodblock
Mon, 06 Feb 2017 17:23:25 GMT
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Corcoran Printmaking (CPR)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Adv Print: Screenprint/Woodblock
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Expanding upon knowledge students have gained studying woodcut and/or screenprinting through intermediate level courses, students will work toward a level of mastery of one or both forms. Technical demonstrations will challenge students to technical expertise in their own work. This course will demonstrate the broad and varied connections of screenprinting and woodcut to other media, with emphasis on how they can be applied to the student's own artistic practice. Students will also pursue a cross media project resulting in a research paper and presentation, building toward strategies for future work. Examples will be regularly given linking the work of select contemporary artists to the notion that "printmaking processes, imagery and the materials themselves have an expansive quality that open new possibilities and perspectives in artistic process." Examples will be given of artists whose work uses print media to expand their ideas based in other media. Students will keep a journal with their thoughts and ideas about these artists and their work.
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