What are graphic conventions and how do print methods inform contemporary artistic inquiry? A conceptually driven studio aimed for juniors and seniors who have successfully completed at least one graphics based studio course course at the 200 level. Readings, discussions, and field trips address sequential imagery, text/image interactions and the use of multiplicity in a range of visual formats, from the artist book to the site-based installation. Following a period of interactive studio experimentation and dialogue, each student develops a comprehensive self-directed project using the Dactyl Press facilities. May be repeated for degree credit.
Max Enrollment: 12
Prerequisites: One of the following - ARTS 208/CAMS 238, ARTS 219, ARTS 220, ARTS 221/CAMS 239, ARTS 222, ARTS 223, or by permission of the instructor.
Distribution Requirements: ARS - Visual Arts, Music, Theater, Film and Video
Semesters Offered this Academic Year: Spring
Notes: Normally alternates with ARTS 323 every third semester. This course can be repeated once for credit.