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Class Code
CA109
Module Title
History Of Printmaking
Venue
School Of Art
Town
Aberystwyth
Day
Wednesday
Start Time
1.30pm
End Time
4.00pm
Start Date
24-10-2018
End Date
06-02-2019
Other Date(s)
07/11/2018
21/11/2018
05/12/2018
19/12/2018
09/01/2019
23/01/2019
Tutor(s)
Garratt, Philip J(Mr)
Fees
£110.00 / Concessions: £100.00 / Fee Waiver Fee: £0.00
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Brochure Text

Did you know that Aberystwyth University holds an outstanding collection of prints? If you would like to learn more about the different ways prints are made, get hands on experience of our print collection, then History of Printmaking is for you. The course surveys the development of printmaking from the 15th Century to the present with reference to the work of the many famous artists including Durer, Rembrandt, Goya, Piranesi, Gillray, Whistler and Picasso. By the end of the course you will know your mezzotint from your acquatint, have a good historical understanding of the role of the print in society and be able to start collecting prints with confidence. Assessment will be a written submission. Please note: The School of Art is also a museum and as such, the rooms that you will be using are of a high quality. Parking is available at the School of Art; you can access a permit from the secretary on arrival. Cafes and coffee shops for lunch are also close by.


Note

This module is at CQFW Level 4

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