Digital Fine Art Design Printing
Digital Fine Art Design Printing is the implementation of fine art & design print protocols, hardware and software into the visual arts.
The course provides students with an image workflow to print protocol specific strategy that can be used across both the art and design programs. Student gain the ability to produce high end, exhibition quality prints and color proofing of their work.
Successful completion of this digital fine art design print course will give students the opportunity to obtain the necessary foundation in digital printing workflow, color management and production. Adding Digital Fine Art Design Printing to their skill sets students gain a highly sought after knowledge base and competitive edge in the work place.
Explore the course, it's activities and galleries at: http://webspace.ship.edu/wgwhit/dfadp .
News & Events
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
New York City Art Galleries and Museums
- Twice a semester, a day trip
- Three day trip, each semester
Spring Break 2016
March 3 - 10
Brussels and Bruges, Belgium
Spring Break Trips Include:
- Round trip airfare
- Local coach to hotel and airport
- Double occupancy, tourist-class hotel
- Continental breakfast in the hotel
SU students earn one art credit as part of this program.
Note: SU students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni, retirees of SU, and the community-at-large are all welcome to join this trip.