AHIS 301: History of Print Practice

This course will trace how printing-the act of making multiples of images or text-shapes our thinking, the world, and art practice. Printed images are a blend of information technology and art that can reach and affect a larger public while providing the artist with a broad personal expressive vocabulary. Of use to all students, this course will investigate who made prints in the past and why, who saw them, what ideology they convey, and how the print process is integral to contemporary culture and current practice in any medium.

Prerequisites: 

6 credits of 200 level AHIS, MHIS, DHIS

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
No
Sections: 

There are no upcoming course sections for this course.