PRINTMAKING

The Print studio has presses and equipment for intaglio, relief, lithography, screen printing,
and photogravure. Our three intaglio/ relief presses are 16 x 20, 24 x 36, and 28 x 50
inches, and our lithography press is 26 x 46 inches. We have over 35 lithography stones
and an extensive collection of screens for screen-printing. We supply all inks and have a
large selection of printmaking paper for resale. Students are also welcome to bring in their
own supplies. All printmaking students have access to the studio equipment during open
studio hours for the duration of their class.

Beginning Printmaking (750)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

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, January 7 - March 29
Variable times/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

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.

Screen Printing for Paper and Fabric (754)

Caitlyn Pelfresne, Print Studio
Tuesdays, January 8 - March 26
(no class March 5)
6 - 8:45 pm/11 weeks
$255/Members: $235

This course covers the basics of screenprinting.
Develop your own design or image
to print on paper or fabric. Time to work
independently and finish projects or further
develop skills. Instructor will be available for
feedback, technical advice, and guidance.

Intermediate Screen Printing (756)

Patrick Kinne, Print Studio
Tuesdays, January 8 - March 26
10 am - 12:30 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members $235

Prerequisite: Screen-printing basics

This course covers screen-printing with
multiple colors, experimental substrates, and
as an element in collage. Students should
know basic screen-printing techniques.
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Narrative Printmaking (759)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
10 am - 12:30 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members $235

Prerequisite: Drawing skills and printmaking
experience are helpful but not necessary.
After exploring several book forms that can
be created from a single sheet of paper,
you will print and bind a small edition of
your own illustrated book using plastic plate
lithography. You will be learning about using
visual images to illustrate text, book design
and imposition, plastic plate lithography,
making your own book cloth, and binding a
single signature book. Bring some favorite
poems and/or quotes to class.

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Creative Fun Night: Fresh Folds Card Making (762)

Debbi Hands Kreps, Print Studio
Friday, February 8
6 - 9 pm/One night
$60/Members: $40

Celebrate the coming of the holidays with a
night out! Make beautiful monotype cards
without a press using a remarkable product
called Gelli Plate. By using a combination
of paint, soft rubber rollers, color shapers,
and stencils, you ll create unique cards
perfect for giving to your friends and family.

Mokulito (Wood Lithography) Workshop (764)

Deborah Mattson and Audrey Mills, Print Studio
Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3, 2 days
Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday, 1 - 4 pm
$100/Members: $80

Mokulito is the Japanese technique of
printing lithographs from wood panels.
Images are drawn on the wood. The wood can
also be carved away to create white spaces
and textures. This workshop is a good way to
experience lithography techniques in a nontoxic,
quick-paced atmosphere. Bring ideas
for imagery with you.

Intermediate Printmaking (751)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

Prerequisite: Beginning Printmaking
Further develop your printmaking skills
while investigating the possibilities that
printmaking processes offer. Etching, multicolor
printing, registration systems, and
printing of editions will be covered. Bring
previous prints, work-in-progress, sketches,
and ideas to the first class.

Intro to Lithography (753)

Don Dombrowski, Print Studio
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
1 - 3:30 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent.
Discover the magic of combining image
development, chemistry, and hands-on
printing in this introductory course. By
drawing directly onto aluminum plates with
litho pencils, crayons, and washes, you ll
create a unique image that can be printed
multiple times. Step-by-step instruction
takes you through the basics of plate
preparation, press operation, inking, and
printing. You ll enjoy drawing and printing
your own image with the potential of
creating an edition of prints.

Screen Printing: Alternative Methods (755)

Caitlyn Pelfresne, Print Studio
Tuesdays, January 8 - February 26
6 - 8:30 pm/8 weeks
$185/Members: $165

Learn how to screen print without needing an
exposure unit. This course will cover reductive
printing using screen filler, stenciling, and
monoprint techniques that you can use to
make multiple color prints on both paper
and textile. In addition, we will address
registration methods, paper selection, and
the art of mixing inks for custom colors.

Block Printing (757)

Trevor Grabill, Print Studio
Mondays, January 7 - March 25
1 - 3:30 pm/12 weeks
$255/Members: $235

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.

Print Media Critique (760)

Trevor Grabill, Print Studio
Fridays, March 8 - March 29
1 - 3:30 pm/4 weeks
$95/Members: $75

Strengthen your work and clarify your
ideas in a structured group critique for the
active printmaker or photographer. Delve
into why we make images and how we can
make them better in this discussion-based
class; featuring guest artists, historical
discussions, and prompts. This course
includes access to open studio hours for
the duration of the class in the darkroom
or printmaking studio (prior knowledge of
equipment required). Please bring several
pieces of previous work to the first class.

Encaustic Painting in the Print Studio (761)

Carol L. Myers, Print Studio
Thursdays, January 10 - March 28
1 - 3:30 pm/12 weeks
$295/Members: $275

Explore the ancient art of painting with
pigmented beeswax. Learn the basics of
encaustic painting; safety, studio set-up
and best practices, then explore the many
techniques and approaches that will allow
you to translate your own artistic vision into
this exciting and versatile medium. Some
paint, equipment, and tools will be provided.
Bring a sketchbook/notebook and a sense
of adventure. Supply list available online or
in school office.

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Greeting Card and Stationery Workshop (763)

Deborah Mattson, Print Studio
Saturday-Sunday, February 2-3/2 days
Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday, 1 - 4 pm
$100/Members: $80

Make your own greeting cards for the spring
holidays, or some personalized stationery
using carved relief blocks along with simple
letterpress text. Some experience carving
linoleum is helpful but not necessary. You ll
be doing some simple typesetting, also.
We ll provide cards with envelopes; you can
also bring your own.

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