Introduction to Experimental Printmaking
April 9th – 30th, Tuesday evenings from 6-9 pm
Instructor: Maya U Schueller-Elmes
$190 + tax / $40 materials fee payable to instructor
Course description : This course will give you an introduction to experimental printmaking using plastic plates as a starting point. As a result of this course
you will gain a good understanding of how to use plastic plates in conjunction with safe and easy-to-find materials to create a wide variety of tones and
textures. The course will cover drypoint, collagraph and basic monoprint techniques, as well as guide you through how to prepare your paper and pull a
print using an etching press. The course is led by Maya U Schueller-Elmes, a printmaker from London, UK with over 10 years printmaking and teaching experience in community arts and adult education in both the UK and Canada.
Skill level: beginner / refresher / suitable for printmakers at any level who are
curious about use of plastic plates as a safer alternative to intaglio techniques
Linocut: Relief Workshop
May 4 & 11, 2019 Saturdays 10:00 to 4:00pm
Instructor: Maria Tratt
$165 + tax
Learn the basics of this simple but versatile technique, including using positive and negative space in compositions and mark-making options to carve and print a plate made of thin linoleum. The tools for this method are inexpensive and will be available for purchase from the instructor. Suitable for beginners and intermediates alike.
Course cost: $225. + tax (Additional $25. materials fee payable instructor)