This 4-part part course encourages experimentation and play by using common household items to explore traditional printmaking techniques including monotype, collagraph, drypoint/intaglio, relief, lithography and screenprinting, all printed at home and without a press!
Class will be delivered live online via Zoom, and for those who cannot attend live a Zoom recording link will be sent out after class.
Although this course is designed for ages 11-17, registration is per household, feel free to sign up and have everyone join in!
A limited number of tickets are available at a 50% discount for those in financial hardship.
Supply List (for questions about the supply list, please email email@example.com)
-INK: At least 1x Black Speedball Oil-Based Relief Ink
At least 1x Colour Acrylic paint
-PAPER: Strathmore printmaking pad, 8”x10” $12.10
-2x empty juice or milk cartons (Tetra Pak)
-Old cotton rag or t-shirt
-Baking tray/container to soak paper
-Towel to blot paper
-Large wooden cooking spoon
-Pencil & sketch paper
-PVA liquid glue
-newsprint paper for test prints, printer paper is fine too
-old magazines, phone book or newspapers
-Newspaper or something to cover workspace to help clean up
-non-permanent markers, such as crayola