The Printmaking Minor offers students the opportunity to further explore their practice in methods of printmaking and to study its impact in history, culture and contemporary art. A balance of traditional and contemporary studio techniques will be covered to engage students' critical thinking and creative processes. This minor also examines artists and communities working with the multiple in areas of book arts, installation, and communication while exploring the root of printmaking as related to current print and digital methods through research and individual projects.
The Printmaking minor is open to students majoring in Communication Arts, Digital Media and Fine Arts. Because of their major curricular requirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors, Fashion Design, Product Design and Toy Design majors will only be approved to enroll on a case-by-case basis.
|PRNT273||Printmaking: Integrated Media||3.0|
|PRNT373||Print Media Workshop||3.0|
*Electives can be courses in Printmaking, Bookmaking, Letterpress, Illustration, Drawing or Painting offered by either the Communication Arts or Fine Arts Departments.
Course Descriptions are listed in the Communication Arts and Fine Arts sections of the Course Catalog.
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For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2015-16 (class of 2019):
Printmaking Minor Academic Plan 15-16
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2016-17 (class of 2020):
Printmaking Minor Academic Plan 16-17
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2017-18 (class of 2021):
Printmaking Minor Academic Plan 17-18