Printmaking Atelier Summer 2018

June 18–29, 2018

Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Instruction
Monday–Sunday, 12–10 p.m. Open Studio


334 Center for Fine Arts, Printmaking Studio, UW-La Crosse

This summer printmaking course is designed for beginning through advanced printmakers, interested in intaglio, relief, lithography, seriography, mono print and letter press. Participants will receive daily instruction from Joel Elgin, UW-La Crosse Art Department faculty and printmaker. Morning lessons will be followed by the opportunity to work throughout the afternoon and evening. The course is particularly designed for teachers who wish to immerse themselves in a fully equipped studio with a highly motivated group of artists.

Come and experience the STEAMROLLER with your printmaking!

Undergraduate course number:

ART 218, section 701: Introduction to Printmaking: Atelier (3 credits)
ART 418, section 701: Advanced Printmaking: Atelier (3 credits)
ART 419, section 701: Individual Problems in Printmaking: Atelier (3 credits)
ART 425, section 701: Perspectives in Art—Printmaking: Atelier (1 credit)
ART 425, section 702: Perspectives in Art—Printmaking: Atelier (2 credits)
ART 425, section 703: Perspectives in Art—Printmaking: Atelier (3 credits)