Photo: Kate Stamas, 2016

Printmaking.

*REGISTRATION OPENS ON APRIL 26TH*

 

Alternative Photographic Processes
Karen Lindsay

Wednesdays
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $165
Materials List

Create images rather than capture them. Expressive possibilities in historic photographic processes offer a compelling alternative to modern digital prints. Fine-art papers, hand-applied archival emulsions, and the mercurial effects of chemistry and changing light provide surprises and opportunities for the adventurous image-maker. Topics will include cyanotypes, Van Dyke brown, toning, paper selection, photograms, and the history of photography. Most materials will be provided. Open to all levels.
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Cyanotypes
Karen Lindsay

Wednesdays, July 12, 19, 26
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $125
Materials List

The cyanotype photographic process has many expressive possibilities, and students will get to experiment with the full range of them. Students will learn to mix the chemicals, paint light-sensitive emulsion onto fine art papers or other materials, make an exposure using sunlight, then develop and tone the prints. Most materials will be provided. Open to all levels.
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Large Prints
Takahiro Maruno

Thursdays & Fridays
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $280 | Summer Session I & II: $532
Materials List

Create your image on a plate larger than a full-size paper (22”x30”). Expand your imagination and develop individual projects in mediums including monotype, dry point, linocut, collagraph, carborundum, and chine colle. Just bring your passion and explore new ideas. All levels are welcome.
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Learning the Techniques of Printmaking
Takahiro Maruno

Mondays – Wednesdays
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $ 420 | Summer Session I & II: $ 798
Materials List

Discover the creative potential of printmaking starting with monotypes and dry-point and moving to more complicated techniques of etching, aquatint and color viscosity roller techniques. You will learn to combine technical skill and expression into works of art. Whether you are a beginner who wants to understand the process of making a print, or someone who wants to improve technique, the course is open to all levels. The instructor will be present on all days.
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Monoprinting Featuring Color Viscosity
Kathy Caraccio

Mondays & Tuesdays
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $280 | Summer Session I & II: $532
Materials List

Create beautiful one of a kind prints. Following in the tradition of Krishna Reddy, students will share a relief pallet where the ink has been mixed to three different consistencies (aka viscosities). Starting with blank plastic plates participants will isolate areas by use of stencils, brayers, brush strokes or solvents affects. This colorful approach will open the door to spontaneous techniques, drawing with a brayer and ghost impressions. The production is fast and many original works will be achieved by each participant. No previous experience needed. The instructor will be present both days.
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Projects in Printmaking
Takahiro Maruno

Thursdays & Fridays
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $280 | Summer Session I & II: $532
Materials List

Find freedom of expression through printmaking. Develop individual projects in mediums including etching copper and zinc, color viscosity roller technique, and monotype. Unite technique and imagination in a dynamic expression of your unique vision. The instructor will be present on both days.
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Silk Aquatint
Kathy Caraccio

Mondays & Tuesdays
4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | Studio 3
Summer Session I: $280 | Summer Session I & II: $532
Materials List

Discover Silk Aquatint, a printmaking method that is a painters dream. In this hands-on course, students will learn to apply white acrylic into a dark field, creating a plate that is just as spontaneous as painting. The plate is inked and printed on our etching press and can be proofed, repainted and editioned as a multiple. The course is geared toward the painter with or without prior printmaking experience. Open to all levels. The instructor will be present on both days.
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