Instructor: Melissa Schulenberg
Meeting Days/Times: Tuesday and Thursday 10:10 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
This course is equivalent to a 100 level AAH course and fulfills the FYS and ARTS general education requirements.
This combined studio art/research course will introduce students to mokuhanga, the Japanese style water-based woodcut process. Students will produce original woodblock prints in addition to research projects that utilize artwork from the University’s collections. We will study the history of Japanese printmaking, popular imagery and subjects; how to analyze visual material; and, contemporary trends. Students will learn the use of tools and materials specific to this process, as well as inking, registration, and printing techniques.
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Mokuhanga: Many Artists/Many Views