Printmaking 1: Etching & Monotype 4 credits Fall term

CFA AR 447

This course offers a comprehensive introduction to the intaglio print media -- traditional and contemporary - including etching, aquatint, photo-processes, monotype, and alternative techniques. Printmaking encompasses drawing, design, mark making, multiples, sequences, and overlays, using various material substrates such as metals and plastics. Students are encouraged to master and adapt intaglio techniques as an expressive means for exploring visual intent for their own imagery. Group and individual critiques; emphasis is on image development and technical knowledge. Projects may span media to build a group of related prints. Presentations on the historical and contemporary print and its culture, visiting artists, museum and studio visits provide context.

FALL 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Cornell FLR ARR TR 2:00 pm-5:00 pm Stamped Approval
Open to the
BU Community
Mts in FLR404D

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