PNTG 315 SU01F: Painting Practices:Topic

This course varies in topic from section to section and is repeatable for credit provided the thematic topic has changed. Through artistic production, research, discussions, writing and critique, students are expected to increase their understanding of the content and context of their process and production as well as their knowledge of contemporary art. Critiques and discussions complement studio production.

Priority is given to CRCP and VIAR students in Years 3 and 4. Students outside of the registration priority group may register/waitlist for this course as of the registration rule release date.

Course content: 

 

This studio course will focus on developing work at the intersection of printmaking and painting in relationship to discourses in the field of contemporary art. The course will consist of open-ended painting assignments that approach printmaking in relation to different processes and concepts; alongside technical demonstrations, readings, and discussions with the intention of bringing forth multiple perspectives on contemporary painting and printmaking practices. Technical demonstrations will include CMYK printing and digital and analog techniques for creating screens, amongst others. Students are expected to present new work for their critiques and tutorials, participate in class discussions, and be well prepared to use their tutorials and their studio and lab time wisely. 

Prerequisites: 

6 credits of 200 level Painting and Completion of Second year

Additional comments: 
Term 2. TOPIC: TBA. CC-F (with PRNT 307 SU01F)
Instructor information: 
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jul 2-Aug 16
09:00:00-11:50:00
T TH A4060 MAIN
Jul 2-Aug 16
09:00:00-11:50:00
T TH C4290 MAIN
Jul 2-Aug 16
09:00:00-11:50:00
T TH D4380 MAIN
Jul 2-Aug 16
13:00:00-15:50:00
T TH A4060 MAIN
Jul 2-Aug 16
13:00:00-15:50:00
T TH C4290 MAIN
Jul 2-Aug 16
13:00:00-15:50:00
T TH D4380 MAIN