Course description Development of personal styles in specialized printing process, techniques and methods for studio and industrial projects. Course Objective This Course requires the student to develop and demonstrate maturity, creativity and professionalism in the application of a printmaking process.
Course Description A study of gravure processes and printing emphasizing the etching, engraving or general intaglio processes based on experimental procedures and individual concept sketches. Course Objective This course is designed to provide the student with a deeper understanding of
Course Description Serigraphy printing as a design and fine arts media involving experimentation with different materials and researched concepts to solve art and design problems using specialized production methods. Fundamentals of computer aided illustration intermediate 2D and 3D skills in
Course Description Historical development and major uses of photography for art, and design communication and problem solving. Initiate a study of black and white photography through use of photographIFA 1207:Introduction To Photographyic studio and darkrooms. Development of seeing through the
Course Description This is an introductory course and covers the following: History of printing, past and present. Expressive characteristics of print media and a survey of basic printing materials and methods: relief History of Illustration, natuprinting, intaglio, lithography and serigraphy