A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

ART 267 Lithography

This course is an introduction to the basic techniques, processes, and history of lithography. The course will focus primarily in the media of stone lithography, an important method of producing fine art prints. Through lecture and demonstration, this course will cover basic theory and current processing methods. Procedural discussions will include a range of traditional techniques including crayon, tusche wash, flats, precision deletions, tone rolls and considerations pertinent to multiple color printing. Students will work through and generate a body of work associated with a self-directed theme or narrative. Culture: Art. Lab fee.

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  • Credit Hours: 2