ARTS 202
Painterly Printmaking Spring 2023
Division I

Class Details

This course focused on monotype printmaking, an improvisational and expressive form of painting on a plexiglas plate to make a unique print. Students will learn a variety of painterly and experimental techniques including but not limited to: monotype, stencil, collagraph, embossment, chine-colle, and transfer techniques. Weekly assignments will be process-based with no limitations placed on subject matter or content, but students are encouraged to build their own lexicon of imagery and interests. The final third of the course will be a student-guided final project where interdisciplinary approaches will be welcome, such as installation, books/zines, animation, and site-specific interventions (to name a few!). Students will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours outside of class in the print studio. $300 to 500 lab fee
The Class: Format: studio
Limit: 12
Expected: 12
Class#: 4008
Grading: no pass/fail option, no fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: Students will have weekly assignments, a mid-term portfolio review, and a final project.
Prerequisites: Any ARTS class at Williams.
Enrollment Preferences: Preference will be given to students with some prior experiences with painting or printmaking.
Materials/Lab Fee: $300-500. Lab and materials fees for all studio art classes are covered by the Book Grant for all Williams financial aid recipients.
Distributions: Division I

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