Course description

This is an inclusive course that offers an expanded study of traditional printmaking processes through experimental print media. Print media is a critical practice grounded in the history of all printed matter and the printed form as a social medium. Students will participate in a comprehensive range of technical and aesthetic approaches centered in a range of strategies including the art work as multiple, digital and cultural production.

Special attention will be paid to not only the aesthetic and technical challenges but also the attitudes toward the role of art, the ways of producing it, and its intended impact. We will study different histories and forms of printmaking that bridge the gap between the intimate and public forms of address. These issues of critical discourse will challenge traditional definitions of intaglio, lithography, relief, screen-printing, digital printmaking, and laser-cutting technology.

Summer 2024: Ithaca campus

Julianne Hunter
Julianne Hunter
Visiting Lecturer

Summer 2024: Ithaca campus