with Angela Zammarelli
June 11-12, 2022, 10-5
$275 for non-members, $235 for members, +$25 materials fee includes ink, paper, plates
Limited to 8 participants
Let’s upcycle and reuse common household materials for printmaking! In this two-day workshop we will turn laminated food and beverage cartons into versatile printing plates. Come learn how cartons found in your trash or recycling can be transformed with drypoint and varied mark making strategies into a strata with a lot of possibilities.
You will learn how to create line, tone and texture by incising, patterning and de-laminating Tetra Paks and various printing methods on traditional and non-traditional surfaces.
Tools that are helpful to have for this workshop are scissors, x-acto knife, and an etching needle tool. Cartons will be provided but if you have your own saved bring them along! Containers of interest are juice or milk cartons and containers marked with Tetra Pak (shelf stable food and beverage items’ packaging).
All workshop participants must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and be prepared to show proof of vaccination at the workshop. Mask wearing required.
$275 + $35 materials fee ‐Non‐Members
$235 + $35 materials fee ‐Members