This course introduces contemporary imaging methods and explores historical and experimental approaches to the art of printmaking. Introduces the relationship of traditional printmaking techniques (intaglio, monotype and other unique print methods) with related techniques in drawing (ink, marker, pastel, scratchboard, charcoal) and painting (oil, acrylic and watercolor). Assigned readings, lectures and discussion, technical demonstration with experimentation and practice. Students develop studio projects that explore a diversity of subject matters using the visual languages of representation to abstraction. No prerequisite. This course satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement in the Arts.