Explore traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques for transferring images photographically to intaglio, lithograph and screenprint. This course encourages exploration of and technical experimentation in using drawings, photographs and computer-generated visual information as components of a print. Furthermore, students master the darkroom and printmaking skills necessary to bring their ideas from conception to printed edition. As a result, each student completes a final portfolio of prints ranging from black-and-white etchings to four-color separation screenprints. The course is suitable for all—beginning, intermediate and advanced art and design students—and its structure allows repeating students and advanced-level printmakers to concentrate in a print area of their choice.
June 27–Aug 2, 2019
Thursdays + Fridays
9 am–4:30 pm (no class 7/4)
Tuition for RISD Alumni and Students $2,380
Henry Ferreira: BFA, UMass/Dartmouth; MFA, RISD. He is an associate professor of printmaking and has taught in the RISD Printmaking Department since 1980. His work is included in the collections of the Silvermine Guild Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum in Miami and the University of North Dakota.