Printmaking Minor

A minor in Printmaking provides the opportunity for students to engage, through a hands-on approach, in both analog and digital forms of image making. Courses are designed to augment a student’s visual vocabulary, add technical and conceptual skills, and explore new and alternative ways for designing and presenting visual artifacts. Printmaking, which is sequential by nature, can also improve a student’s approach to problem solving and time management in support of the curriculum offered in other major programs.

Choose two of the following courses: 1.0
PRNT 2001 Screenprinting
PRNT 2002 Relief
PRNT 2003 Papermaking
PRNT 2007
PRNT 2008 Intaglio
PRNT 2010 Book Arts: Bookbinding
VISA 2011
History of Printing and Printmaking 0.5
Choose one of the following 1.0 credit courses: 1.0
PRNT 3007 Intermediate Printmaking Studio
PRNT 3009 Lithography and Screenprinting

PRNT 3010 Intaglio and Relief
Or, choose two of the following 0.5 credit courses:     
PRNT 3001 Screenprinting or Papermaking
PRNT 3002
Alternative Media and Techniques
PRNT 3004
Contemporary Media and Digital Printmaking
PRNT 3005
The Book as Art: Making Artists' Books
Choose one of the following courses:
PRNT 4002
Advanced Printmaking Studio
PRNT 4003 Advanced Printmaking Studio: Portfolio Development
Total 3.0