Houghton Library: Graphic Techniques Workshop
Participants will learn the differences between the various techniques used historically for printing pictures -- woodcut, engraving, etching, wood engraving, lithography, and half-tone -- and will learn how to identify prints made by each process. A set of presentations and workshops designed to introduce graduate students to the examination of books as physical objects. These classes will enhance understanding in any field of study as students learn to “read” a book for evidence of its production context, its cultural value, and the experience of its readers through time. These classes can be taken separately, or as a set.
- Event Location: Houghton Library: Printing and Graphic Arts Study Room
- Special Instructions: All classes require advance registration by Friday, January 10th Enrollment in limited to 12 Houghton January classes are designed for GSAS students, but if there's room, others will be most welcome.
- Sponsor: Houghton Library
|January 17, 2014||9:30am||11:30am|