In this course, students: take an innovative approach, using all forms of autographic printmaking; these include intaglio, lithographic, relief print, screen'printing, letterpress and computer generated processes. They investigate and reconsider assumptions underlying the applications of autographic processes and new technologies. Their programmes of study place the practice of printmaking in both a contemporary critical context as well as a wider, historical perspective. Students research the content, materials and technical skills appropriate to their projects, and produce written as well as practical work exploring their chosen subject area and relationship to contemporary practice. They visit important print collections and participate in symposiums and talks with curators and international artists; they develop a project from proposal to final exhibition.
Research, development and practice; reflection and presentation.
Course Additional Entry
Degree or equivalent academic qualification; study proposal; portfolio of work; alternative qualifications and experience will also be taken into consideration; IELTS level 6.5 or above if English isn't a students' 1st language, with at least 5.5 in reading, writing, listening and speaking (please check our English Language requirements).
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