Advanced Printmaking Research and Group Exhibition (PRI4402.01)

Thorsten Dennerline

This course is an advanced printmaking research class. Within a basic structure of critiques and discussions, students will independently pursue their own research interests in a workshop environment. Demonstrations of techniques will be given according to the needs of the class. For the past numerous years, this class has culminated in a group exhibition in a local art space. Students with experience in diverse range media are encouraged to enroll.

It is expected that all students will bring previous experience to class and thus be able to help with an interchange of ideas that will occur through attendance, presentations, critiques, participation and demonstrations. Around mid-term, students will also give a presentation of their work to the class. This is a rigorous class.

Prerequisites: two printmaking course at college level or consent of instructor
Credits: 4
Th 2:10pm-6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as All courses, Four Credit, 4000, Printmaking, Thorsten Dennerline.