PRNT-305

PRNT 305 - S031: Print Media: Special Topics

Course content: 

Topics: Patio Press x Emily Carr 

In this course, students will produce printed works through collaborative and experimental assignments inspired by Patio Press’s model. This course focuses on ways of working that emphasize collaborative printmaking, mentorship and community engagement. All the work produced over the semester will culminate into an on-campus exhibition + publication in the Summer of 2022. Students will take part in the curation and installation of the final exhibition. 

The curriculum is built to facilitate peer-to-peer engagement and creativity. Students will develop their ability to work in groups and for each other through diverse projects with the objective to learn ways of communicating, planning, budgeting, and cooperating. Throughout the semester, workshops, visits with guest artists and events will be facilitated by both instructors, Mark Johnsen and Sara-Jeanne Bourget.

This course is a partnership between Patio Press, The Audain faculty of Art and the Shumka Center and takes the form of a semester-long research residency. Patio Press is an artist-run project committed to supporting artists with a focus on education, production support and alternative modes of dissemination, centered around printmaking. 

Prerequisites: 

6 credits of 200 level print media courses.

Course outline
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Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T A4023 MAIN
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T A4025 MAIN
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T A4035 MAIN
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T A4060 MAIN
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T A4080 MAIN
Jan 10-Apr 23
12:30:00-15:20:00
T VCHAT ONLN

PRNT 305: Print Media: Special Topics

This senior level print media course will provide students with the opportunity to develop a body of work in conversation with others around a specific topic not normally covered in detail within the curriculum. Depending upon the subject area and the specific instructor the class may take a variety of forms and be presented in a variety of ways. Emphasis will be placed on explorations within the specific subject area in order for students to incorporate new ideas and methodologies into their ongoing art practice.

Prerequisites: 

6 credits of 200 level print media courses.

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
Yes
Sections: 
Term Section Title
Spring 2022 PRNT-305-S031 Print Media: Special Topics
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