This is an inclusive course that offers an expanded study of traditional printmaking processes through experimental print media. Print media is a critical practice grounded in the history of all printed matter and the printed form as a social medium. Students will participate in a comprehensive range of technical and aesthetic approaches centered in a range of strategies including the art work as multiple, digital and cultural production. These issues of critical discourse will challenge traditional definitions of intaglio, lithography, relief, screen-printing, digital printmaking, and laser cutting technology. If you are enrolled in this class, you must attend the first day of class to retain your position. Due to limited class size and high demand, you will lose your place in class and be replaced if you are not present and on time on the first day. Permission numbers are not issued for Art studios. If you are unable to enroll because this class is full, please attend the first day of class to obtain instructor consent. Space may become available.