Printmaking Classes – 2022

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PRINTMAKING CLASSES

Mon / Wed 5:30pm-7:30pm

• $45/week for non-members

• $40 /week for members

• $10/week studio use** (**AFTER PURCHASE, CALL OR EMAIL LBRIDGES@WKMUSEUM.ORG, (276)628-5005 X109 TO CHOOSE A WEEK. Studio use for personal projects – supplies / instruction not included. Individuals registering only for studio use may work in the process of their choice but must be trained in the process or equipment before use. Free for members, just call to reserve.) 

Printmaking involves creating a unique image on a repeatable surface, then obtaining multiple identical impressions from that surface.  

Supplies needed: Sketchbook / preliminary drawings, apron/work shirt, disposable or dish gloves. Register 1 week prior. Masks are required for unvaccinated attendees.  

Schedule (Take multiple weeks of the same topic to build your skill and to explore more complex projects.): 

 

 

Cardboard Prints: 1/17 & 1/19

Play with a simple and graphic form of relief printmaking.

 

 

 

Collagraph: 1/24 & 1/26

Learn the creation and printing process of collagraph, which combines collage and printmaking. 

Collagraph: 1/31 & 2/2

Learn the creation and printing process of collagraph, which combines collage and printmaking. 

 

[Break Week 2/7 & 2/9]

 

Woodcut: 2/14 & 2/16

Learn the carving and printing process of woodblock printmaking.

Woodcut: 2/21 & 2/23

Learn the carving and printing process of woodblock printmaking.

Woodcut: 2/28 & 3/2

Learn the carving and printing process of woodblock printmaking.

 

[Break Week: 3/7 & 3/9]

 

Monotype: 3/14 & 3/16

Learn the inking image-making, and printing process of monotype, a painterly process that is both additive and reductive. 

Monotype: 3/21 & 3/23

Learn the inking image-making, and printing process of monotype, a painterly process that is both additive and reductive. 

 

Drypoint: 3/28 & 3/30

Learn the scratching and printing process of Drypoint, an intaglio printing process heavily based in drawing. 

Drypoint: 4/4 & 4/6

Learn the scratching and printing process of Drypoint, an intaglio printing process heavily based in drawing. 

 

[Break Week 4/11 & 4/13]

 

Grab Bag Printing: 4/18 & 4/20 

Learn some supplemental print processes to add to your studio practice. Processes may include: cardboard prints, paper lithography (xerox prints), kitchen lithography, and more.  

Grab Bag Printing: 4/25 & 4/27 

Learn some supplemental print processes to add to your studio practice. Processes may include: cardboard prints, paper lithography (xerox prints), kitchen lithography, and more. 

Grab Bag Printing:  5/2 & 5/4

Learn some supplemental print processes to add to your studio practice. Processes may include: cardboard prints, paper lithography (xerox prints), kitchen lithography, and more. 

 

[Break Week 5/9 & 5/11]

 

Screen Printing:  5/16 & 5/18

Explore basic techniques in screen printing, a stencil-driven process. 

Screen Printing: 5/23 & 5/25]

Explore basic techniques in screen printing, a stencil-driven process. 

 

Polyester & Paper Plate Lithography 5/30 & 6/1:

Explore a contemporary version of lithographic printing, a chemistry- and drawing-driven process. 

Polyester & Paper Plate Lithography 6/6 & 6/8:

Explore a contemporary version of lithographic printing, a chemistry- and drawing-driven process. 

 

 

Needs-based scholarships may be available. Call (276) 628-5005 #109 or email lbridges@wkmuseum.org for more information.

Minimum 2 students. Maximum 8 students. Masks are required for unvaccinated attendees.  Register online or by phone at 276-628-5005 ext. 109.