PM410 Printmaking Seminar

Students develop a body of work around a single concept and vision. Individualized assignments and critiques are matched to each student’s ideas and work. Professional practices and communication skills relevant to the discipline are taught, preparing students for graduate education and encouraging the application of critical and visual thinking to their career paths in long-term, meaningful ways. Projects are relevant to the concerns of contemporary printmaking and the development of a print aesthetic. Printmaking concentration requirement. Offered in the spring. Pre-reqs: PM320 or PM310, and Senior standing


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