Many online workshops are multiple, weekly sessions. Each session will build on previous weeks, but please feel free to join us for as many as you are able! Be sure to register for each session you plan to attend.

Printmaking From Home
 
Friday 2:00 - 3:00
08/07/2020

Inspiration can be found all around your home and even your yard when you open yourself to play! This workshop will show you basic monoprinting techniques including additive and reductive processes, creating your own stencils, and layering inks all while encouraging students to follow their curiosity and intuition. We suggest students gather a basic list of materials before the first workshop: acrylic or gouache paint or blockprinting ink, 3-5 sheets of paper, 9”x12” sheet of plexi glass or smooth surface, Sharpie or markers, 1-2 paint brushes, stiff scrap paper, flat items with texture (feathers, leaves, flowers, fabric), crayons, scissors, glue stick.

This is part of a multi-session workshop. To accommodate as many participants as possible, the sessions are listed separately, so be sure to sign up for all of them. If you are unable to attend a session, we will do our best to accommodate you and get you caught up.

Craft Center online workshops will take place via Zoom. Participants can work along with the instructor with the tools and materials available to them, or simply watch the workshop demonstrations and ask questions. Meeting login information will be emailed to participants shortly before the start of the session. If you do not receive a login email, please contact us so that we can connect you. In some cases, workshop demonstrations may be recorded for participants who are unable to attend the live session; this will only be done with the agreement of all participants.

Drypoint
 
Wednesday 3:00 - 4:00
08/12/2020

Drypoint is the process of incising an image onto a printing plate with a sharp tool; it is the most fundamental form of intaglio primtmaking. Artists have been perfecting this technique for hundreds of years, and some of the finest artworks in existence were created this way. Now, you can learn to make drypoint prints at your kitchen table, with materials that you have on hand or can easily obtain.

Craft Center online workshops will take place via Zoom. Participants can work along with the instructor with the tools and materials available to them, or simply watch the workshop demonstrations and ask questions. Meeting login information will be emailed to participants shortly before the start of the session. If you do not receive a login email, please contact us so that we can connect you. In some cases, workshop demonstrations may be recorded for participants who are unable to attend the live session; this will only be done with the agreement of all participants.

Printmaking From Home
 
Friday 2:00 - 3:00
08/14/2020

Inspiration can be found all around your home and even your yard when you open yourself to play! This workshop will show you basic monoprinting techniques including additive and reductive processes, creating your own stencils, and layering inks all while encouraging students to follow their curiosity and intuition. We suggest students gather a basic list of materials before the first workshop: acrylic or gouache paint or blockprinting ink, 3-5 sheets of paper, 9”x12” sheet of plexi glass or smooth surface, Sharpie or markers, 1-2 paint brushes, stiff scrap paper, flat items with texture (feathers, leaves, flowers, fabric), crayons, scissors, glue stick.

This is part of a multi-session workshop. To accommodate as many participants as possible, the sessions are listed separately, so be sure to sign up for all of them. If you are unable to attend a session, we will do our best to accommodate you and get you caught up.

Craft Center online workshops will take place via Zoom. Participants can work along with the instructor with the tools and materials available to them, or simply watch the workshop demonstrations and ask questions. Meeting login information will be emailed to participants shortly before the start of the session. If you do not receive a login email, please contact us so that we can connect you. In some cases, workshop demonstrations may be recorded for participants who are unable to attend the live session; this will only be done with the agreement of all participants.