PRNT 314 - Print Media: Studio Research

This course emphasizes research in a studio-based context and will focus on the aesthetic, social, and political contexts which has informed fine art printmaking. Course material will cover history and a range of topics in printmaking with an emphasis on contemporary issues, conceptual concerns, and technological innovation. Students will explore their self-directed research through discussions, studio work, presentations, and critique. Along with creating artwork and participating in course activities, students will also give a presentation based on their research, write an artist statement, and participate in a panel critique at the end of the semester.

Course Credits:

3

Course Prerequisites

One of PRNT 210 or PRNT 211 AND One of PRNT 212 or PRNT 215 or consent of Chair in consultation with the instructor.

Winter

SectionCRNInstructorSchedule
A30083Boychuk-Hunter, James
Monday
2:00pm - 6:20pm room: ONLINE