Corcoran College of Art and Design

Summer Courses + Printmaking

Exploration in East/West Printmaking

BK7400 (3.0 credits)
This intermediate/ advanced course is an exposure to traditional and experimental methods of hand papermaking, with an emphasis on papermaking as an expressive art medium. (Graduate level)

The Art of Relief Print

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.

Making Monotypes and Monoprints

PR0846 (non-credit)
Learn a variety of mixed-media techniques for image making using a printing press.

Printmaking Survey

PR1220 (1.5 credits or audit)
This course introduces lithography, etching, and relief techniques in printmaking.

Introduction to Screenprinting

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

Altered Books

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

Screenprinting for Digital Media

PR3311 (1.5 credits or audit)
Learn how to produce limited-edition fine art prints and/or posters using traditional printmaking processes and digital techniques. (Undergraduate)

Letterpress: Text & Image

PR3401 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore the history of printed text and letterpress printing, starting with hand-set lead and wood type and ending with 'modern letterpress', and computer-aided text.

Screenprinting for Digital Media

PR5311 (1.5 credits or audit)
Learn how to produce limited-edition fine art prints and/or posters using traditional printmaking processes and digital techniques. (Graduate Level)