I. Catalog Course Description
Continues Art 124 with emphasis on contemporary techniques and processes for traditional intaglio, lithography, and digital imaging techniques for intaglio and lithographic processes.
II: Course Objectives
- Introduce some of the materials, tools and processes fundamental to the discipline.
- Develop specific skills related to art and specific to the discipline of printmaking.
- Learn to apply course material to improve idea-development and problem-solving related to two-dimensional art forms.
- Acquire an interest in learning more by asking questions and seeking answers.
III: Course Linkage
General Education Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students are expected to:
- Have an understanding of the fine arts.
- Have developed their problem-solving, creative, and critical thinking skills.
The mission of the AA Degree Program in Fine Arts is to provide knowledge and skills for creative expression, personal enrichment, and the foundation for a career in the Fine Arts. Upon completion of this course, it is expected that students will have:
- developed their creative capacities.
- participated in at least one cultural or artistic activity, such as a visit to a gallery or museum or attendance at a community art lecture or event.
- Developed an appreciation for the arts.
Scheduled ART-225 classes:
There are currently no ART-225 classes scheduled for this term.