BA 520 Printing I: Elements of Printing

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Catalog course description

Craft skills used in fine letterpress printing are introduced in a studio environment. Through a number of printing/publishing experiments and projects, students gain an understanding of the nature and interaction of printing types with inks and papers; learn fundamental terminology; and gain familiarity with the equipment. The emphasis is on setting type, letterpress printing, and basic typographic design. Miller.

Course objectives

Target student audience

Companion website

Instructor contact information

Steven K. Miller
Office: 507 Gorgas Library
Phone: 348-1525
stevemiller {at} bookarts {dot} ua {dot} edu

Course assignments

Course outline or calendar

Texts/Resources

Course number and section, and number of credit hours

BA 520 - 001. Three hours.

Meeting times

Prerequisites

None.

Other requirements

Typically offered during which semesters

Fall Semester

Next offered

Fall Semester, 2008

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