Studies in all printmaking media, emphasizing individual instruction for students of varied backgrounds.
Students will expand upon the historic and contemporary printmaking concepts and technologies through a multi-disciplinary approach to studio practice that emphasizes individual conceptual and technical growth. Rome is rich with examples of innovative and dynamic printmaking: from the traditional Italian masterworks housed at the National Cabinet of Prints and Drawings, to the exciting prints produced by contemporary Italian artists. This course will draw upon these uniquely Italian art forms to strengthen the content of students' work and hone their technical abilities. As students develop a more personal approach to concept, subject, scale, material and process, they are introduced to more advanced printmaking topics. Frequent off-site expeditions, discussion and research will further engage students with the concepts and aesthetics underlying each process.
This course includes an overnight academic excursion outside of Rome. Details will be announced in the course schedule.
Advanced printmaking course with a minimum grade of C-, or equivalent. For Temple students, specific pre-requisites include one of the following (ART 2701, ART 2702, PRNT 2701, PRNT 2702, GAD 2701, or GAD 2702) and one of the following (ART 3704, ART 3705, ART 3706, PRNT 3711, PRNT 3731, PRNT 3751, GAD 3711, GAD 3731, or GAD 3751). Open to visual arts students only.
In Rome, this course is crosslisted with Graphic Arts and Design 3811.