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Printmaking

Monoprint/Etching PR 604EM
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Monoprint/Etching PR 604EM

$515

with Lisa Hamilton

Calendar Current session started Sep 22, 2021 at 9 am, runs for 12 weeks

This course presents basic intaglio and monotype/monoprint techniques including monotype, drypoint, etching, aquatint, monoprint, and polymer plate methods. Image embellishments will include chine collé, stencil techniques and hand coloring. All levels welcome; experienced students may continue independent work. (Tuition includes a $20 lab fee)

NOTE: This course is available for 1.0 undergraduate credit for $645.

Important:  All students enrolling in on-campus courses must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or documentation for a medical/religious exemption request) at time of registration.  During checkout, be sure to open the Agreement form to upload an image of your vaccination card or exemption documentation.  Registration for any on-campus course is pending without vaccination documentation or exemption approval. See the CE Policy Guide below for complete COVID-19 safety requirements.

Materials List: Hamilton PR 604EM

CE Policy Guide Fall 2021

Image: Lisa M. Hamilton, Solace, monotype print, 9 x 10 1/4 in.

Online registration is now closed.  Call 215-972-2029 or email continuinged@pafa.edu to inquire about late registration availability.  Due to the time needed to process safety/access requirements, PAFA may not be able to accommodate registration requests with less than 24-hours notice for students to attend the first class.  Tuition cannot be prorated for late registration.

Lithography PR 602E
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Lithography PR 602E

$515

with Ronald Wyffels

Calendar Current session started Sep 22, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Lithography is a versatile printmaking process that allows for a complete range of drawing effects:  contour line, hatching/cross-hatching, painterly wash applications, expressive mark-making, and reductive techniques.  Learn all aspects of the lithographic process through step-by-step demonstrations and hands-on practice:  preparing a traditional stone or lightweight aluminum plate; creating your own drawing from observation, imagination or photographic transfer using a range of drawing materials; selecting paper; printing in black-and-white and color; and editioning your prints.  (Tuition includes $20 lab fee)

Learning Objectives

  • Students will gain a basic understanding of the lithography printing process.
  • Students will acquire technical experience in preparing stones, plates, & ink.
  • Students will learn basic stone & plate drawing, etching and processing techniques.
  • Students will acquire technical expertise by way of proofing and printing their stones & plates, included learned skills in roller use & litho press operation.
  • Students will learn printmaking professionalism including printing editions on clean registered printmaking paper, signing and numbering editions appropriately.
  • Students will learn the importance of image development through individual reviews and by exploring various possibilities with the process.
  • Students will develop critical visual and verbal skills by way of individual discussions with the instructor and with their peers.
  • Students will advance their individual art concepts and expand their artistic territory through new technique & material uses.

NOTE: This course is available for 1.0 undergraduate credit for $625.

Important:  All students enrolling in on-campus courses must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or documentation for a medical/religious exemption request) at time of registration.  During checkout, be sure to open the Agreement form to upload an image of your vaccination card or exemption documentation.  Registration for any on-campus course is pending without vaccination documentation or exemption approval. See the CE Policy Guide below for complete COVID-19 safety requirements.

Materials List: Wyffels PR 602E

CE Policy Guide Fall 2021

Online registration is now closed.  Call 215-972-2029 or email continuinged@pafa.edu to inquire about late registration availability.  Due to the time needed to process safety/access requirements, PAFA may not be able to accommodate registration requests with less than 24-hours notice for students to attend the first class.  Tuition cannot be prorated for late registration.

Screenprinting from Home (ONLINE) PR 620EH_ON
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Screenprinting from Home (ONLINE) PR 620EH_ON

$350

with Lisa Hamilton

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!

Register by 5 p.m., Friday, August 27, and receive a 10% discount!  Use the promo code EARLYBIRDFALL2021 at checkout (Be sure to click the “+” sign) 

Screenprinting is the perfect process for making prints at home. Join Lisa Hamilton, PAFA Faculty and Print Shop Manager, Learn how to select materials and set up a portable screenprinting station that can easily be tucked away when not printing. Explore low-tech processes using found-object and paper stencils, crayon resist, drawing fluid, and screen filler. All materials are safe and non-toxic, requiring a sink and yard hose for cleanup. All levels are welcome. Beginners will be guided through all aspects of the process including screen preparation, image development, and printing techniques. Printmakers with experience may propose independent projects.

NOTE: This course is available for 1.0 undergraduate credit for $525

Register by:  September 17

Materials List: Hamilton PR 620EH_ON (1)

CE Policy Guide Fall 2021

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