Research in progress: the printmaking studio of the future in higher education?
Author: Hamilton, Paul
Source: Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, Volume 2, Number 1, 1 March 2003 , pp. 67-81(15)
Abstract:This article introduces work undertaken as part of the research programme, The development and evaluation of computer-aided learning in relation to the history and contemporary practice of printmaking’. The research falls into two categories:
• Pedagogy in relation to art and design
• Printmaking, its future in tertiary art education
There are many changes happening in the education sector and these changes will form part of the pedagogical framework that needs to be established to determine in what direction printmaking as part of art education will proceed. This research aims to help establish an understanding of what the printmaking studio within tertiary education will actually look like in the future and predict its role in this sector. This research demonstrates what can be produced using the computer as a part of the printmaker’s repertoire, looking carefully at the various printmaking areas that utilize computer technology.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Upper Barn Institute of Further and Higher Education
Publication date: March 1, 2003
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