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Posted on Aug 13, 2011 in Notices to Members, Workshops, Young Artists | 1 comment

Printmakers Workshops – Semester 2 2011

Would you like to know more about printmaking?
Book yourself into a workshop & come along to the
Newcastle Printmaker’s Workshop in Adamstown.
Enjoy the day creatively with other artists!

NPW is offering workshops on Saturdays in a variety of media. These are an opportunity to learn new skills and meet other members of the Newcastle Printmakers. Create original handmade prints!

All Workshops – 10 am to 4 pm on specified dates
Cost of Workshop $80 plus materials [some materials are provided]
Workshops held at 27 Popran Rd Adamstown [except where noted]

1. DRYPOINT ETCHING with Megan Lewis

Saturday 10 September
To book contact Megan on (02) 4963 1682 or emaiil meglew@yahoo.com.

A simple but effective intaglio process using acetate plates. This is a great course for beginners wanting to learn the skill of intaglio printmaking without acids.

2. LINO PRINTING with Samantha Powell

Saturday 15 October
To book contact Samantha on:
M. 0422 362 924 Ph. 4969 3095
Email. samatha.powell@det.nsw.edu.au

Great introduction to relief printmaking. A starting point for further printmaking techniques.

3. CONTINUOUS MONOPRINTING with Paul Dart


Saturday 29 October

To book contact Paul on 0488214167 or email darty@spin.net.au.

Continuous Monoprinting is a fantastic process of print making that is easy, fun and has a high degree of chance. This is a reductive process where the image on the plate, slowly reveals itself after successive prints. The participant will leave this course with numerous images, no two of which will be the same. No printmaking experience required.

4. IMPROVISATIONAL SCREEN PRINTING with Marie-Therese Wisniowski

Saturday 5 November

To book contact Marie-Therese on :
Phone: 02 49 75 2177 Mobile: 044 898 4830
Email: marie-therese@artquill.com.au


Participants will learn to use the silkscreen in a non-traditional, exciting, improvisational manner. Using everyday, easily accessible materials like water soluble crayons and wax, temporary and semi-permanent image creation techniques are explored using the silkscreen on fabric.
The course delves into inspiring colour and design combinations and includes multi layered patterning and texture techniques.
For those who love colour and experimental image creation this class is for you! All levels welcome.

To view images of Marie-Therese’s workshop students silk screened works on fabric see the following blog posts:
http://artquill.blogspot.com/2010/09/in-pursuit-of-artcloth-improvisational.html

http://artquill.blogspot.com/2011/04/in-pursuit-of-complex-cloth-complex.html

http://artquill.blogspot.com/2011/04/image-dreamings-advanced-silkscreen.html

1 Comment

  1. Hello there. I’m writing to see if there is any space in the screenprinting area to produce some prints? I have been referred to HAN by a few fellow artists and students from Newcastle University and would like to know more about costs and availability. Please email me back. Warm regards, Trine Deans.

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