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Fine Arts - Bradford Campus: Printmaking
This guide supports these courses and areas of inquiry.
Art Theory & Criticism
New Genres/ New Media Art
Multimedia Open Resources
Studio Practices, Museum Practices, & Exhibits
Teaching Resources for Faculty
Links to Other Arts Libguides
Related Library Guides
Artist Writing & Interviews
Contemporary World Art
Exhibit: "Found Treasures"
A selection of works that represent major fine and private presses.
English Wood-Engraving 1900-1950 by T. Balston
Hacking the Digital Print: Alternative image capture and printmaking processes with a special section on 3D printing by B. Pierce Lhotka
Low-Tech Print : Contemporary Hand-Made Printing by C. Williamson
Paper and Ink Workshop by J. Foster
Printmaking As Therapy : Frameworks for Freedom by L. Mueller White
Laughing Owl Press
Located in nearby Kane, PA
Interview of Laughing Owl Press Creators
Team Minard Screen Printing
Located in Bradford, PA
Tugboat Print Shop
Located in Pittsburgh, PA
Areas of Investigation for Capstone Research
These are suggested areas of research for your Capstone project:
Topics of Investigation
As this is a studio based subject, your project should be intertwined with your other area of study in the Interdisciplinary Arts Major as it pertains to a larger idea.
Content, subject matter, technical, formal, and critical elements should all directly relate to and be investigated in your Capstone work.
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