Organizer. Curriculum Innovations. December 13, 2010 - December 13, 2010
Curriculum Innovations ; Printmaking Darkroom and Auxiliary Computer Work Stations Through the support of Arts and Sciences Facilities and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, I have developed a new printmaking darkroom and auxiliary computer work stations in my printmaking studio, so that students can focus on creating digitally based prints all within one facility. This well-planned workspace includes: an already present Nu-Arc photo-silkscreen exposure unit, with two newly added older model G5 Apple computers, a 4800 Epson printer (used to print ink-jet transparencies for photo-printmaking, and to accommodate printing overflow from 228 when needed) newly purchased safelights (for photo-sensitive silkscreens) and a heated screen drying unit to dry coated screens in a dark light safe space. The workflow of this area is truly excellent and affords students all of the needed equipment for this process in a most accessible way.
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Shatzman, Merrill Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Art, Art History and Visual Studies
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