Multiple Imaging

Multiple Imaging /  Art and Art History

Multiple Imaging includes all things related to Photography Printmaking, and Digital Media- basically anything that can be produced in multiples in two dimensions.  Photography I explores traditional darkroom techniques as well as using the camera to communicate ideas.  Printmaking I explores a variety of traditional print processes with which to communicate visually.  Digital Approaches to Fine Art explores the basics of using the computer to make art.

The class called Multiple Imaging explores where all three of these approaches to art intersect.  Various processes are explored while students are encouraged to build their own bodies of work.  The class focuses on critique, theory, and personal development.  EITHER Photography I or Printmaking I must have been completed before taking this course so that students have the foundation of a medium in which to work.

Below are a variety of resources related to Multiple Imaging.


Southern Graphics Council
Society for Photographic Education
Society for Photographic Education- Southeast Region

Museums and Centers
The Center for Book Arts

Museum of Contemporary Photography


Atelier Boba
Journal of Rejection
Photo Lucida 
Studio Two Three (Richmond)
Mary Virginia Swanson

Artists, Blogs, etc…


100 Portraits
Ryan Boatright
Kelli Connell
CSU Photo
Thea Augustina Eck
Alex Emmons
Jon Gitelson
Elizabeth Raymer Griffin
Rebecca Foley
Mark Klett/ Third View
Nate Larson
Anne Massoni
Osama James Nakagawa
Kris Sanford
Besty Schneider
Mark Slankard
Alec Soth
Jordan Tate
Brian Ulrich
Ian Whitmore
Jeffrey Wolin
WMU Photography– AMAZING resource of links to ALL KINDS of artists (not just photographers)

An Essay on Photographic Cliches


Nicole Andreoni
Bryan Christopher Baker
Amze Emmons
The Ink Shop
Andy Kozlowski
Karen Kunc
Little Paper Planes
The Littlest Print Exchange
Meet you Printmaker
NYC Art Book Fair
Print Liberation
Printed Matter
Slugfest Printshop
Tradigital Printmaking
Hannah Skoonberg

Digital Media/ New Media/ Net Art/ Computer Art…..

UMW Digi Arts Bloggy
Cory Arcangel
Jeff Baij
Peter Baldes
Chris Barr
Ken Goldberg
Olia Lialina
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Mark Napier
The Yes Men (ok, maybe not technically digital media, but where else do you put them?)

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