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Letterpress Intensive summer course will be hosted by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum


S451 / Graphic Design Problem Solving
IU Summer Letterpress Intensive at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin
May 10 – May 25, 2011

A two and one half week intensive letterpress printing class held at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. The class will meet for the first two days in Bloomington and spend the remainder in Wisconsin. Activities in identifying and organizing wood type and other early printing artifacts in the museum’s collection lead to individual and group letterpress printed projects. Contact Tom Walker at for further information. A $100 non-refundable deposit is due by 4/23/2012 to the Fine Arts Office.

Tuition and Fees
in-state undergraduate tuition for 3 credits = $760.20
in-state graduate tuition for 3 credits = $875.91
out-of-state undergraduate tuition for 3 credits = $2511.60
out-of-state graduate tuition for 3 credits = $2550.99
course fee – $125

Additional Expenses
In addition to undergraduate or graduate tuition and standard course fee listed above, expenses will include:
Lodging: $240-$340
Transportation: $195
Museum printing fee: $100

Tuition, fees, and additional expenses listed above will be collected by the Bursar’s Office, Indiana University. Personal expenses, estimated at $500 for food, incidentals, etc, will be the responsibility of each student.

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