Printmaking is an exciting and rewarding course where students will have hands on experiences working in specific techniques such as block printing, collagraph, mono printing, relief, silkscreen and mixed media. Basic elements and principles of design will be stressed within printed compositions. A variety of printmaking techniques will be utilized. Class activities are project based and give students an opportunity to practice art fundamentals while learning technical skills in Printmaking.
Everything we do will be in careful progression, building on past projects and combining ideas to push students to the greatest levels of possible success. It is important for students to keep up with all projects in order to keep up with the progression.
Be prepared to question and critique your own work as well as the work of other artists and approach each art process with an open mind and positive attitude. Students will be designing and creating on a daily basis.
203 2D Visual Art: Drawing and Printmaking (1 semester)
#7511 Grade Level: High School 9-12 Elective
Basic introductory course in drawing and printmaking. Development of visual art content, concepts, and skills. Emphasis on visual communication and production. Focus on stylistic issues and creative problem solving.Project based work will reflect personal, social, historical and cultural context. Self reflection and evaluation of art process and product.
Further exploration of graphic arts media and materials (may include) – graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, marker, ink, and including printmaking materials and techniques (may include) – relief block, monotype, silk screen, intaglio, dry point
Standards: Artistic Foundations 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Artistic Process: Create or Make 2.1
If you have any questions concerning your child in this course please call 218-345-6789 x3400 or email Ms. Olson
Photo caption: 2011 Student Group work, South Ridge