An introduction to drypoint printing using a variety of techniques, including copper plates.
The short courses in printmaking introduce you to the unique possibilities inherent in printmaking processes, with a technical focus on monotype, relief and Intaglio techniques. Included in the workshops is a focus on printmaking materials, equipment and OHS. Historical moments in the evolution of printmaking are highlighted according to what methods of printmaking are being delivered. Printmaking short courses are introductory, with the aim of familiarising you with the studio environment in a friendly atmosphere.
Dates: May 2018
Location: Building P, Printmaking studios, Camp Street Campus, Ballarat
Time: After hours
Places are limited
Please bring a sketchbook, pens, pencils and apron (all other materials supplied).
Previous printmaking participants have said…
- Never have I enjoyed a course so much
- I enjoyed having the access to the press and studio to do my own printing, what a pleasure
- Excellent resources and information passed on to me in this course
Meet the workshop facilitator - Jimmy Pasakos
I have been a professional artist for over 30 years. My core methods are in printmaking, drawing and mixed media. My methods of teaching printmaking are to encourage people who wish to express themselves in many various methods in print, to mark make and to realise their artistic expressions in this unique format.
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