Corcoran College of Art and Design

Spring 2014 Courses + Printmaking

Browse all of our courses by Area of Study; Enrollment Option; Certificate Program; or Day of the Week. Simply click on the red link on the left to see a list of courses that meets the criteria you’ve selected.


The Art of Relief Print

No sections available this semester

PR0841 (non-credit)
Students carve their own linoleum or wood blocks by hand, learn printing basics and ink conditioning techniques, and begin to investigate color processes.

Surface Design for Textiles

No sections available this semester

PR1270 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore the properties, processes, and techniques of working with dyes, paints, and chemicals on fabric.

Introduction to Screenprinting

No sections available this semester

PR1300 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students learn a variety of techniques and latest technologies for screen printing.

Collagraph & Monotype Prints

No sections available this semester

PR1351 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore the possibilities of working with found materials to create small and large format prints in black and white or color.

Altered Books

No sections available this semester

PR1411 (1.5 credits or audit)
Repurpose old books, art supplies and ephemera to create unique one of a kind works of art.

Between Paint and Print

No sections available this semester

PR2280 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students explore how to integrate screen-printed imagery, textures, and ideas into paintings.

Book Arts: Concept and Content

No sections available this semester

PR2403 (3.0 credits or audit)
Explore the fundamentals for creating and assembling artist's books. (CE students are welcome to enroll in this 3 credit undergraduate course.)

Botanical Printmaking

No sections available this semester

PR2460 (1.5 credits or audit)
Designed for the botanical illustrator, this course will cover a range of introductory techniques in etching, relief, and lithographic print processes.

Lithography

No sections available this semester

PR3250 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course explores lithography, a highly expressive drawing medium and versatile technical tool for the manipulation of photography. (CE students are welcome to enroll in this 3 credit undergraduate course.)

Wood Block Print: Traditional/Contemporary

No sections available this semester

PR3361 (3.0 credits or audit)
Contemporary practice in art has over the years attached a special interest in the unique and expressive visual qualities of the woodcut.


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Important Dates

June 30
Summer Session I (5 Weeks) ends

June 23
Priority registration deadline for summer session II classes.

July 7
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) begins

July 10
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) 
and Full Summer Session ends (10 Weeks) 

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