Art

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Students explore the gamut of contemporary art practices in multi-disciplinary Observation, Spaces, Narrative and Systems foundation classes.

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The Meadows Division of Art offers up to six full M.F.A. fellowships each year.

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Meadows Division of Art programs are accredited and reviewed by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design.

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The Division of Art offers small classes in multiple mediums – ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, digital, photography, painting and more.

Printmaking (ASPR)

Please note that not all courses are offered every semester. This listing is not considered authoritative. Please visit Access.SMU for authoritative course offerings including meeting times, professor, and more.

ASPR 1300: Introduction to Printmaking
Introduction to historical and contemporary printmaking in a wide variety of media, including intaglio printing, etching, engraving, drypoint, aquatint, monotype, silkscreen, woodcut, and numerous digital possibilities presented by the medium.

ASPR 1321: Printmaking: Woodcut
Introduces the process of relief printing.

ASPR 3300: Printmaking Workshop
Intermediate and advanced-level exploration of the printing medium as an expressive tool. The ambience of the workshop, with no fixed structure, encourages the freedom to experiment in all directions (emotionally, intellectually, and technically) and to seek inspiration from any source. The goals are to gain the self-discipline necessary for coherent results and mastery of the craft of printing. Prerequisite: ASPR 1300, or 1321, or permission of instructor.

ASPR 5100, 5200, 5302: Directed Studies in Printmaking
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

ASPR 5300: Printmaking Workshop
Further exploration of the possibilities of the printing medium as an expressive tool at the intermediate and advanced level. The ambience of the workshop, with no fixed structure, encourages the freedom to experiment in all directions (emotionally, intellectually, and technically) and to seek inspiration from any source. The self-discipline necessary for coherent results, and mastery of the craft of printing, are the goals of the workshop. Prerequisite: ASPR 3300 or permission of instructor.

Areas of Study

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Undergraduate Studies

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Classes

General Studio (ASAG)

Ceramics (ASCE)

Drawing (ASDR)

Digital Hybrid Media (ASIM)

Photography (ASPH)

Printmaking (ASPR)

Painting (ASPT)

Sculpture (ASSC)

Facilities

Faculty and Staff

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Pollock Gallery

Art in Dallas

Travel Opportunities

Student Resources

Lecture Series

Meadows Academy for Young Artists

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Journalism

Music

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