Pine Street Creative Arts Centre presents
Printmaking - Foundations; Saturday, Term 2 2017 Tickets
10:00am, Sat 6 May, 2017 - 12:30pm, Sun 7 May, 2017
Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, NSW
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Learn the fundamentals of printmaking in this 6-week Saturday morning course for beginners and continuing students.
6 x Saturdays, 6 May - 10 June 2017
10.00 am - 12.30 pm
Tutor: Susan Baran
Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
Whether or not you see yourself as artistic, anyone can learn how to print. Printmaking offers unique characteristics including a language of marks and richness of colour that can't be achieved in other mediums.
Throughout this 8-week course, professional printmaker Susan Baran will teach you a range of foundation skills exploring a variety of printmaking techniques including linocut, drypoint, etching, collagraph, and monotype. Beginners will undergo a thorough introduction to each printmaking method while returning students will continue to advance their learning through development and experimentation.
You will take home everything you produce - proofs, print editions and the blocks or plates you create your prints from. You'll also be provided with many tips for a well-rounded approach to developing your studio practice at home.
Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures. Non-toxic processes will be offered wherever possible.
Level: designed for complete beginners and continuing students
Wear: comfortable clothing (aprons provided)
Bring: yourself - all materials provided
Next level class: It is recommended students complete at least two beginner classes before considering more intermediate to advanced levels. Please discuss with your tutor.
Location: Pine Street Print Studio
About our tutor: Susan Baran
Susan trained at the National Art School and City Art Institute (now UNSW Art & Design). She has tutored at Arenys de Munt (Spain), Moving Creature Artist Studio (Hobart) and Warringah Printmakers Studio where she is also president. Recently she was a finalist in the Geelong Print Prize and Swan Hill Print Award. In 2001 and 2003 she was awarded the Capricorn Coast Art Prize. Susan's work is in collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Artbank.