PRINTMAKING

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Spring

Beginning Printmaking (750)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, April 11 - May 16
1 - 3:30 pm/6 weeks
$160/Members: $140

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent
You'll be introduced to two fundamental processes of printmaking: relief and intaglio. Learn new skills in a supportive atmosphere while becoming familiar with the tools and methods associated with these basic print mediums. Bring subject matter to the first class.

Printmaking Studio (752)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Open Studio Hours, April 10 - May 17
Variable times/6 weeks
$160/Members: $140

Prerequisite: Departmental approval
Do you have a special project in mind or just need quality studio time? Printmaking Studio is designed for the experienced, independent artist/printmaker who would like to utilize our well-equipped printmaking studio. Enrollment includes storage and access to equipment during Open Studio Hours. Students must arrange to meet with instructor the first week to review shop rules and safety. Materials are available for purchase.

Monotype Techniques (756)

Debbi Hands-Kreps, Print Studio
Thursdays, April 12 - April 26
6:30 - 9 pm/3 weeks
$80/Members: $70

Direct and expressive, monotypes join the radiant qualities of prints and the spontaneity of painting. Use pastels, inks and paints to expand your drawing, painting and color sensibilities to create unique prints. Bring sketches and/or photographs to first class.

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Block Printing (757)

Trevor Grabill, Print Studio
Wednesdays, April 11 - May 16
6:30 - 9 pm/6 weeks
$160/Members: $140

Printing carved blocks, also known as relief printing, is one of the oldest, simplest, and most versatile tools for reproducing art. Develop your relief-printing skills in this class for everyone from brand-new beginners to advanced practicing printmakers. Learn the ins and outs of carving and printing linoleum and wood blocks, benefit from the KIA's well-stocked collection of tools and equipment, and discuss your work in a community of like-minded makers. Please bring drawings or reference photos to the first class.