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Lithography I

Course: 
163A
Quarter: 
Spring
Academic Year: 
2017-18
Description: 
Introduction to drawing, processing, and printing of lithographs from stone. Emphasis on discovery of tonal, textural, and expressive potential from the surface of the stone, while establishing individual directions in imagery. Condensed history of the medium, technical theory, and critique in lecture and demonstrations. Students are billed a materials fee. Prerequisites: One course from Art 20G, 26, 160B, 161B, 162A, 162B, 163B, 164A, 165, 168, or 169; and two non-print lower-division media studios from Art 15, 20H, 20I, 20J, 20K, and Computational Media 25. Enrollment restricted to art majors. May be repeated for credit.