Sue Cooke is a printmaker with 40 years’ experience, Cooke currently is exhibiting her large- scale prints in A Songless Land at Te Manawa.
The hands-on workshop is open to all levels, including absolute beginners. Participants will make their own plates under the guidance of the tutor and will explore the finer qualities of printed colour, rich blacks texture, line and papers.
If you wish to know more about Sue Cooke call into Te Manawa Museum or visit her website www.suecooke.co.nz
COST & BOOKING
Cost $300.00 per person. Non-refundable (except in the case of cancellation related to Covid-19 when a full refund will be made). The enrolment can be transferred to another person.
Bookings and payment to be made at Te Manawa Museum, 326 Main Street, Palmerston North, 4410 or telephone 06 355 5000. Enrolments are only confirmed upon receipt of payment.
Te Manawa Education Suite (accessed via the main museum building)
326 Main Street, Palmerston North.
Maximum: 12 people; minimum: 6 people (Numbers have been restricted to enable responsible social distancing and are subject to alteration in order to comply with NZ Government Covid 19 directives).
Grab a friend and be prepared for a productive, enriching and enjoyable workshop.
STUDENTS TO BRING
Leather gardening gloves (if you have them)
Flat textures such as leaves, lace, textured papers
Ideas and drawings if you have them.
All other resource materials will be provided.