Unique Prints: 3-D Prints and Modular Works (PRI4272.01)

Thorsten Dennerline
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This course is an introduction to unique prints, or prints that are not necessarily printed as an edition. We will emphasize the making of mixed media prints using a broad range of methods from monotypes to digital prints. The class is structured around a series of projects where rigorous experimentation is encouraged.

Students will learn various non-typical printmaking methods through a straightforward format of demonstrations of techniques, hands-on experience, and critiques. Techniques will include monotype, polyester laser plates, and various transfer techniques. Additionally, we will explore the possibilities of 3-dimentional applications for prints. This can include anything from books, paper cups, matchbooks, modular installations, appropriated prints and wallpapers. We may also be collaborating on projects with other classes or universities.

Prerequisites: printmaking, permission of instructor
Credits: 4
Th 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 14
This course is categorized as 4000, All courses, Four Credit, Monday and/or Thursday Afternoons, Printmaking, Thorsten Dennerline.