ARTT 233 - Serigraphy
Introduction to materials and techniques of silkscreen printmaking. Various types of stencils and resists are investigated. Emphasis on use of serigraphy as a multicolor process and fine art form. Two hours lecture, four hours studio each week Formerly AR 225.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Plan and construct a silk screen printing unit for producing his or her serigraphs.
- Explain and utilize the different artists materials employed in creating images for the serigraph.
- Create a variety of stencils for the screen.
- Use different block out and resist techniques to create images.
- Effectively draw and paint images using silk screen techniques.
- Mix and modify water-based inks for the printing process.
- Utilize different registration methods of printing.
- Identify the unique characteristics of serigraphy that stand apart from other
- printmaking techniques.
- Determine the suitability of a particular image for the silk screen process.
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