Sat, Mar 26
11:00am - 2:00pm Pacific Time
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Digital Photo Live In-the-Field Workshop @ Marin County Civic Center Lagoon Park This lush 10-acre park is part of the Marin Country Civic Center campus designed by famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, embroiled in national controversy at the time, but completed nonetheless, just after Wright’s death in 1960. The lagoon is a photographer’s dream...
Saturday Mar 26th, 11am - 2pm Pacific Time
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Learn how to create beautiful prints using contemporary and traditional woodblock printmaking methods. Class 1: Basics - Start with a 5x5"" block which I will prep. Take people outside to sketch straight onto the block. Teach people how to use the tools, line making, how to use both white and black lines with a block. More or less get comfortable...
Learn the basics of screen printing - or brush up on old skills - in this one day project-oriented workshop. We will spend the morning covering the basics of screen printing and making our own tiny screen. In the afternoon we will print skeletons on paper and cloth. Please bring $5 materials fee for instructor. If you wish to print tee shirts,...
Learn the beautiful art of bundle dyeing with plants! In this four-hour workshop, you will gain an understanding of how to work with natural dyes as you explore the process of bundle dyeing. We will cover an introduction to natural dye plants, mordants, and different types of fabric. We will work with natural dyestuffs including onion skins,...
This class is for those who want to expand their creative expression! Learn the unique process of printing from a clay slab surface to develop one of a kind monoprints. Student's designs, patterns and artistic expressions can be quickly and easily transferred from newsprint via colored clay slip, to a damp clay slab or, expressions can be painted directly...
Learn basic screen printing techniques and explore how to apply this highly versatile art to a variety of materials. The class is tailored to individual projects. Materials fee of $20 included. Please bring: Yard and half of fabric of choice specifically something with weight (Cotton, Muslin, canvas). Speedball water base ink (color...
Explore the techniques of monotype: applying paint and printing ink directly onto a plexiglass surface and passing it through an etching press. Allowing only one print, monotype is not intended for production but rather for the expressive and painterly effects that cannot be achieved by other printmaking. Brayers, paint brushes, drawing tools and paper...
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Learn to make beautiful prints with the ancient technique of the old masters. We will explore the development of a print with the basic methods of linework, tone values and texture. Using the press, we will proof the plate as it progresses, learning various printing techniques.
The Screen Printing Class Includes: Blank Allmade t-shirts (2nds) to print on (these are yours to keep, sizes vary) Lunch for both days (call week prior for vegetarian options) Ryonet screen printing class book and materials for note taking Most importantly, the skills and knowledge to progress in the industry The Screen Printing Class Covers:...
Learn basic screen printing techniques and explore how to apply this highly versatile art to a variety of materials. The class is tailored to individual projects. Required supplies for this program: Materials needed will be discussed in the first class.
A printmaking survey where students will learn three print processes in a 9 week class. Students will learn linoleum relief, collagraph, and safe etching techniques, such as dry point engraving, mezzotint, and safe photo-etching. Students will create a multi-safe etching process matrix to do multiple prints from. Ages 18+
Monotype is a great adventure in printmaking. In this class we explore the huge range of marks and images possible. We use water based inks to create richly layered and textured unique prints - monotypes.
Working with non-toxic water based Akua inks, students will learn basic monotype techniques including subtractive and additive techniques, transfers, “ghost prints”, multiple plate printing and adding collage and chine-collé.
Learn the process of screen printing by creating a yard of fabric with your own design. Exploring patterns and design by creating prints with paper shapes to experiment before printing your design on a yard of fabric. create fabric to produce other works of art or clothing. Required supplies for this program: Yard and half of fabric of choice specifically...
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