Printmaking Curriculum

Experience Printmaking

By Donna Anderson

The Experience Printmaking curriculum is a clear, practical, and essential resource for the modern-day print studio or art classroom. The art of printmaking includes design, technology and communication. This complete printmaking curriculum covers the breadth and depth of its possibilities including information on relief, intaglio, silkscreen, monotype printing and more. Students’ knowledge of visual design is reinforced and engaged through rich studio experiences based on history and inquiry. The many aspects of planning a print, creating an edition, and even making a process book are described in depth.

What Is Printmaking?

Printmaking Curriculum Features:

  • Step-by-step instruction of printmaking methods.
  • Engaging Studio Experiences from intaglio to lithograph collages.
  • Stunning fine art examples from historical and contemporary artists.
  • Interdisciplinary connections
  • Career profiles of contemporary printmakers.
  • Important safety notes for the print-making studio including nontoxic alternative processes.
  • Student Handbook of printmaking techniques and processes.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: What Is Printmaking?
  • Chapter 2: The Art of Printmaking
  • Chapter 3: Basic Relief
  • Chapter 4: Color in Relief
  • Chapter 5: Intaglio
  • Chapter 6: Lithography
  • Chapter 7: Monotype
  • Chapter 8: Silkscreen
  • Chapter 9: Mixed Methods and New Directions

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