Courses: Experimental Studio: Printmaking: Lithography (ARTSH322B01)

Spring 2012

An advanced course explores traditional and experimental lithographic printmaking techniques in multiple plates and stones. Two- and three- dimensional and design and drawing exploration in color also are addressed. During the semester, students use multiple-plate and stone lithography in colors. Registration, color separation, and edition are taught at an advanced level. Combining other mediums can be explored individually. Development of technical skills of the Lithographic process with personal visual study is necessary and creative and experimental approaches are highly encouraged. A strong body of work following a specific theme is required. Individual discussions and group critiques are held periodically. Additional research on the history of printmaking is requested.

Prerequisites: One course in printmaking or consent.

Fulfills: HU III Limit:15

Department

Fine Arts (Web site)

Taught By

Hee Sook Kim (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Locker Building 105

Meeting Times

Th 1:00-4:00