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ARTS 3278. Printmaking: relief & intaglio (0-6-3) Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Introduction to the art (theory and practice) of making multiple original prints. Studio work surveys the printing processes, characteristics, materials, and developmental approaches used by the artist in making relief and intaglio prints. The development of individual approaches to image making will be emphasized. (Course fee required.)

ARTS 4278. Printmaking: lithography & screen-printing (0-6-3) Prerequisites: Junior standing. A study of printmaking processes with emphasis on the role of the print in contemporary art. The course investigates the principles and characteristics of stone lithography and screen-printing while developing an individual style. Studio precision develops an understanding of drawing tools, processing techniques, and printing procedures of both processes. (Course fee required.)

ARTS 5278. Printmaking: Advanced Methods (0-6-3) Prerequisites: ARTS 3278 and ARTS 4278. Advanced studio work in which the student may specialize in the printing area most conducive to the development of the student's individual artistic identity: lithography, intaglio, screen-printing, or relief. Research problems will include experimental works, which will require students to approach printmaking unconventionally. May be taken six times for credit by undergraduate students. (course fee required)