|Faculty:||Faculty of Art|
|Field of Study:||Printmaking
|Description:||The Printmaking curriculum emphasizes an exploration of the endless creative and technical possibilities in this traditional art form. You are introduced to five primary processes: etching, lithography, relief, screen-printing, paper-making. In Printmaking, you may specialize or work with any number of techniques to develop innovative works in bookbinding, photo-etching or digital processes with text, type and image composition. First, you learn the basics of ink and colour-printing and how to produce images on screens. You then embark on large, complex projects while developing your own artistic voice. In the final year, you create a self-directed independent body of work using single or multidisciplinary processes. As a Printmaking graduate, you can focus on a studio practice, produce and curate printmaking exhibitions, design book-works, or pursue a future as an educator, commercial designer, or arts administrator.|
|URL:||Printmaking at OCAD University|
|Cost per year:*||
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||70|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Although the primary criterion for admission to OCAD University’s studio based programs is a portfolio assessment, strong academic skills are essential for overall success. All offers of admission are conditional upon meeting the minimum academic requirements and supplying all required documentation.
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