The University of New Mexico's College of Fine Arts will offer Collaborative Lithography for UNM’s 2019 spring semester. Collaborative Lithography Art Studio (429/529.011) will give students the opportunity to have hands on experience with the Tamarind Institute.
Lithography is a method of printing based on the separation of oil and water. This course gives students the opportunity to learn and work with this print style with a variety of different art works. The studio course is designed to stimulate a professional artist-printer relationship in the collaborative printmaking workshop.
Students have the opportunity to explore new ideas and develop imagery in the context of unique possibilities of the medium of lithography. Students will be able to work in close contact with different Tamarind printers on an average of five lithographs which will be proofed, editioned and retained by the artist.
Enrollment for this course is limited to only six students. For those interested in applying, Tamarind Education is asking for a brief artist statement and pdf of ten images to Tamarind Education Director Brandon Gunn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Preference is given to seniors and graduate students who have not taken the course previously and is open to all students.
The course will be held on Tuesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. for three credit hours. Application deadline is Oct. 19. Students will be contacted to schedule a short interview by the end of October.
For any further questions, contact the Tamarind Education Director Brandon Gunn at email@example.com