We are Emily Carr’s University’s Print Media area blog, featuring information on our courses, facilities, people, and activities. Emily Carr University is located on Granville Island in Vancouver, BC.
What is Print Media?
Printmakers transcribe images or text onto a surface such as a woodblock, a stone, a metal plate, or a silk screen which is then used to generate multiple identical or variant images onto paper or other materials. At Emily Carr University, Print Media focuses on concepts and processes that shape artistic exploration and on the roles that printed image and text play in society.
Sessional Faculty Fall 2013
Print Media techniques @ ECU
The Print Media shop at Emily Carr University supports work in traditional, photographic, and digital processes in intaglio, lithography, relief, and screenprinting. We offer courses in the techniques above, as well as in book media, digital printmaking, and textile printing. Please consult the ECU website for a list of the courses that are currently offered.
Print Media courses
- FNDT 151 – Introduction to Print Media
- PRNT 201 – Lithography
- PRNT 202 – Etching
- PRNT 203 – Relief
- PRNT 204 – Silkscreen
- PRNT 232 – Book Media
- PRNT 310 – Advanced Etching and Lithography
- PRNT 313 – Print Media: Directed Projects
- PRNT 315 – Print Media: Alternative Processes
- PRNT 317 – Digital Print Projects
- PRNT 320 – Textile, Surface and Pattern
- PRNT 321 – Photographic Processes in Print Media
- PRNT 322 – The Book as Object
- PRNT 323 – The Democratic Multiple
- PRNT 324 – Screenprint Projects
- PRNT 325 – Silkscreen Textile Projects