Serigraphy

Undergraduate

Classes
Credits
  • ARTS(S)300i Beginning Serigraphy3

    Term: Fall, Spring, Late Spring, Summer

    Prerequisites: None

    This course covers a variety of techniques, including the making of stencils for screen printing, paper stencils, hand-cut stencils, and an emphasis on photographic emulsion techniques. Students study various ways of utilizing the photo screen process with hand-drawn and painted transparencies, photocopies, litho films, and separations created with computer programs such as Photoshop. Students are encouraged to use the photo screen print potential to realize works and prints incorporating concepts from other disciplines such as photography, drawing, painting, and graphic design. Those interested can also apply these techniques to surface printing textile designs.

    Syllabus & Faculty

  • ARTS(S)335 Intermediate Serigraphy3

    Term: Fall, Spring, Late Spring, Summer

    Prerequisites: Beginning Serigraphy

    Intermediate Serigraphy is a continuation in development of printing techniques, designing skills, concepts and craftsmanship. Projects involve more complex ideas and printing skills in both art prints on paper or textile prints. At this level development of a theme, direction or style is encouraged. Challenges in projects of a more complex nature; more colors, more layers, larger scale, other stencil techniques will be explored. 

    (See syllabus below. An updated syllabus will be posted at the beginning of each term.)

    Syllabus & Faculty

  • ARTS(S)435 Advanced Serigraphy3

    Term: Fall, Spring, Late Spring, Summer

    Prerequisites: Intermediate Serigraphy

    Students at the advanced level present a concept and are directed toward a highly developed project to be presented at the end of the semester. The semester project theme involves more complex ideas and printing skills in both art prints on paper or textile prints.  At this level, development of a theme, or concept is the objective. Challenges of a more complex nature; more colors, more layers, larger scale, other techniques or even mixed with other media, such as painting, graphic design, ceramics especially installations are explored.

    (See syllabus below. An updated syllabus will be posted at the beginning of each term.)

    Syllabus & Faculty

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