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Photography I presents the basic principles, techniques, and processes of black/white photography. Students will learn the fundamentals of working with digital cameras on shooting assignments dealing with a variety of subject matter and compositional considerations addressing the elements and principles of design. There is exploration of the history and development of photography.

Printmaking introduces a variety of printmaking techniques using processes such as relief printing (monoprint, collograph, block), intaglio processes (etching, engraving) and serigraphy (silkscreen films, stencils, block-out). Investigates the historical development of printmaking in Western and non-Western cultures. Emphasizes design elements and principles and introduces art criticism approaches applied to fine art prints.

Prerequisites: Visual Art Comprehensive

Grade Levels: 9 - 12

Terms Offered: Fall or Spring

Unit of Credit: 2.0

Quality Points: 0.0