Book arts minor
The minor in book arts provides students with the technical skills and conceptual maturity to work in a wide variety of professions related to the book arts. Coursework focuses on methods of typesetting and image development within the book environment, the role of book arts in the contemporary print market, as well as handmade paper production, book bindings and technical processes as they relate to artists’ books and/or sculptural paper.
- PRMK 308 Book Arts I: Letterpress and Binding Techniques
- PRMK 311 Serigraphy I: Tools and Techniques
- PRMK 322 Papermaking
- PRMK 370 Print Media and Book Arts
- — Directed elective*
Total course of study: 25 hours
* Choose one of the following: PRMK 200 Introduction to Printmaking, PRMK 202 Etching I: Experimenting with Plate Materials, or PRMK 203 Lithography I: Plate and Stone.