This is a list of all printmaking courses. For more information, see Art and Art History.

PRNT:2610 Introduction to Printmaking3 s.h.

Introduction to methods, materials, and concepts of printmaking. Prerequisites: ARTS:1510 and ARTS:1520. Requirements: art major. GE: Engineering Be Creative.

PRNT:3610 New Media for Printmaking4 s.h.

New concepts and techniques for contemporary print media, including digital and less toxic applications in relief, intaglio, lithography, and screenprinting. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610.

PRNT:3620 Intaglio4 s.h.

Concepts, techniques; traditional through contemporary ideas, methods; emphasis on metal plate printing, including etching, drypoint, engraving, softground, aquatint. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610. Requirements: PRNT:2610 or B.F.A. candidacy in any area or graduate standing.

PRNT:3630 Relief3-4 s.h.

Concepts and techniques of relief printmaking, including woodcut, linocut, relief etching, black-and-white and color printing methods; traditional and contemporary approaches. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610. Requirements: ARTS:1510, ARTS:1520, and PRNT:2610 for art majors; ARTS:1510 for nonmajors; or B.F.A. candidacy in any area; or graduate standing.

PRNT:3640 Lithography4 s.h.

Technical, aesthetic characteristics; basic direct drawing, processing, printing of stone and plate images in black and white. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610. Requirements: ARTS:1510, ARTS:1520, and PRNT:2610 for art majors; ARTS:1510 for nonmajors; or B.F.A. candidacy in any area; or graduate standing.

PRNT:3660 Monoprint3-4 s.h.

Concepts, techniques in use of traditional and alternative printmaking media to produce unique, matrix-generated prints. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610.

PRNT:3670 Foil Imaging I3 s.h.

Participation in development of a new art form involving creation of original prints and other works of art using hot stamped foil and Iowa Foil Printer. Prerequisites: ARTS:1510 and ARTS:1520. Requirements: ARTS:1510, ARTS:1520, and PRNT:2610 for art majors; ARTS:1510 for nonmajors; or B.F.A. candidacy in any area; or graduate standing.

PRNT:3675 Foil Workshop in Printmaking2 s.h.

Hands-on experience creating foil prints; workshop format. One or two weeks. Offered summer session.

PRNT:3680 Silkscreen4 s.h.

Photographic, nonphotographic stencil techniques for silkscreen printing. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610. Requirements: ARTS:1510, ARTS:1520, and PRNT:2610 for art majors; ARTS:1010 and ARTS:1050 for nonmajors; or B.F.A. candidacy in any area; or graduate standing.

PRNT:4610 Advanced Printmaking4 s.h.

Print media (i.e., intaglio, lithography, relief, screenprint); emphasis on individual technical and conceptual growth and development of independent studio practices. Prerequisites: PRNT:2610 and (PRNT:3620 or PRNT:3630 or PRNT:3640 or PRNT:3680).

PRNT:4640 Advanced Lithography3-4 s.h.

Technical, aesthetic aspects; emphasis on color printing, indirect image-forming and photo-mechanical processes. Prerequisites: PRNT:3640 and PRNT:2610.

PRNT:4670 Foil Imaging II4 s.h.

Advanced aesthetic and technical research for creation of original prints and other works of fine art using hot stamped foil and other printmaking techniques; individual instruction. Prerequisites: PRNT:3670.

PRNT:6675 Graduate Print Workshop3-4 s.h.

Contemporary issues in printmaking; emphasis on development of personal work and independent studio practice through group critiques, special research projects, work in all print media.

PRNT:6699 Individual Instruction in Printmakingarr.