Monotype Basics for Beginners – ZOOM Workshop

Thursdays, 11 AM - 1 PM (EDT), September 10 - October 15, 2020
This weekly ZOOM class is offered to students with curiosity but little or no experience in monotype or printmaking any type. Participants will be introduced to all the elements of making monotypes: inks, papers, printing (without a press), tools, and studio set up in a supportive environment.

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Beginning Photopolymer in a Pandemic – hybrid workshop

Section 2: Friday-Sunday, November 6-8, 2020 Friday (10-2) via ZOOM, Saturday (10-2) and Sunday (10-5) in person at Zea Mays Printmaking
a special hybrid workshop that is going to combine both virtual and safe, in-person formats for learning how to work with Photopolymer plates.

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Multi-Block Color Woodcut via ZOOM

Wednesdays, October 14 - November 4, 2020, 11-1 PM
Learn to make color woodblock prints using multiple blocks. Instruction in planning, carving, registration and printing with a supportive group of fellow artists.

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Art Jumpstart via ZOOM

Section 3: Fridays, 2-4 PM (eastern time), October 2 - November 6, 2020 via ZOOM
Does your art life need a jumpstart? Or maybe a multivitamin? Are you looking for silver linings to these current crises? Now is a great time to focus on nourishing your own art practice with the good company of fellow artists.

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The Art and Craft of Woodcut via Zoom – Part 2: Color Reduction

Section 2:  Tuesdays- September 15 - October 6, 2020 - 12:00 - 2:00 PM via ZOOM
New Section Added! This is a live class working with the instruction via ZOOM. In this workshop we will learn how to carve and print a color reduction block, in which progressive layers of carving and color printing yield rich, vibrant prints.

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Monotype Plus Unpacked via ZOOM

Mondays, October 5 - December 21, 2020, 11 am -1 pm (EST) via ZOOM
This weekly class will meet for twelve sessions, with plenty of time to spend on these areas of printmaking with monotype in mind: drypoint, collograph/collage, and the addition and transfer of drawing materials. We’ll be doing drypoint on Petg and other unconventional substrates, rummaging through recycling to make inventive collographs, exploring ways to combine drawing and photo materials with monotypes and other prints and taming the chaos of collage.

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