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Experimental Printmaking & Collage Term 3 Evening Classes

Experimental Printmaking & Collage Term 3 Evening Classes

When:

  • Thu 29 Jul, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Thu 5 Aug, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Thu 12 Aug, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Thu 19 Aug, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
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Where:

Creative Arts Napier, Community Arts Centre, 16 Byron Street, Napier

Restrictions:

R13

Ticket Information:

  • EV2132 - Experimental Printmaking: $125.00
  • Buy Tickets – 06 835 9448

Join printmaker Sue Weston over four weeks to explore the creative potential of printing on paper with a gelli plate and acrylic ink. This simple and easy process produces colourful and stylish prints with the help of stencils and other mark-making textures.

You will have fun with stencils, moving on to make your own stencils and textures from everyday household and craft materials, to make a wide range of vibrant prints. These will be suitable for display as well as making into cards, collages and other projects, such as art journals.

During the course you will have the opportunity to look at inspirational collages made by other artists to gain design ideas. Then in the last session you will each complete several collage pieces from your own printed papers.

This class is suitable for art beginners through to experienced printmakers. A love of colour and pattern and enthusiasm are all you need, you won’t need drawing skills. Detailed handout notes will be provided.

Most of the materials will be provided to use during the course, including gelli plates, paint, rollers, white copy paper and stencils.

Where: CAN workshop, 16 Byron St, Napier.

When: Thursday 29 July – 19 August inclusive

Cost: $125

To Book: Contact bookings@thecan.co.nz or call 06 835 9448 to reserve your place. Pre-payment for the workshop confirms your place.

How to pay: Either at the CAN front desk (eftpos available) or online banking: Creative Arts Napier 03 1355 0797463 00 using REF: EV2120. Pre-payment secures your place on this workshop. Numbers are limited so early booking is recommended.

What to bring: Approximately 10 sheets of coloured paper, a pair of small scissors (optional) and a glue stick. Wearing old clothes and/or an apron is a good idea. Students can bring any acrylic paints they already enjoy using, but this is completely optional.

About the tutor: Sue Weston has a life-long love of pattern, printing, paper and fabric. She taught English as a second language for ten years and is now teaching textile and gelli-plate printing techniques.

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