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ARTSTUDI 120: Intro to Relief Printmaking

Relief printing, being one of the oldest forms of printmaking techniques, involves inking a carved block or plate on its non-recessed surface and then transferring it onto paper. Throughout this introductory course, we will examine examples dating back to 9th century China up to the present, exploring a diverse range of possibilities ranging from traditional to contemporary styles. Students will acquire proficiency in various techniques, including linoleum and wood, while also having the opportunity to explore unconventional materials. Class time will encompass demonstrations, presentations, critique sessions, and dedicated independent work time. Students should anticipate creating two editions of their prints and participating in a class print exchange.
Terms: Win | Units: 2
Instructors: Liu, W. (PI)
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