Jul 19, 2024  
2023-2024 College Catalog 
  
2023-2024 College Catalog
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GRAD 201 - Presentation & Print Production


Credits: 3
This course will begin with training in various hand cutting and assembly techniques enabling the student to develop professionallevel skills in craftsmanship. These skills combined with methods of presenting work will allow the student to develop into a wellrounded creative professional. Emphasis is placed on basic skills in cutting, mounting, folding, 3D construction and wrapping. Students will have the opportunity to apply these skills on a variety of projects. In the later part of the class lectures and projects will focus on preparing accurate files using a variety of software applications. Topics include setting up mechanical files, film separations, screen angles, trapping, process and spot color, file formats, creating plates for specialized inks and processes, and an overview of the life cycle of a print job. Completed projects would be suitable for inclusion in student portfolios. Prerequisite: GRAD122, GRAD128 Lab Fee Required Lab Fee Required.

Prerequisite: GRAD 122 , GRAD 128  



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