ART 7300 Graduate Printmaking
Students in Graduate Printmaking engage with a professor and their peers in intensive critique and dialogue. Individualized projects and critiques match each student’s ideas and creative work in printmaking. Professional practices and communication skills relevant to the discipline are taught, encouraging students to apply critical and visual thinking to their career path in long-term, meaningful ways. A seminar component of the course allows for rotation of timely topics and contemporary discourse. Informative class assignments develop skills and professional experience, which may include grant and proposal writing; curating and participating in portfolios, conferences, and special events; or working with visiting artists and the community.