Experimental Printmaking Workshop, Sunday, March 19th 10-1pm
Sunday March 19th 10am-1pm
Let's learn new printmaking techniques using plexiglass, tissue paper in a fun workshop exploring Chine-collé methods.
The first hour will be a demonstration using oil based ink along with different papers on plexiglass. Then, students will prepare their practice plates and get them ready to print. The students will then work on their pieces and we will then put each of them through the press and hopefully have enough time for more than one per person. The last part of class will be dedicated to clean up.
What you need to bring: Please make sure you bring your desired printmaking paper. It should be 100% cotton rag 11 x 14"All other materials included in the fee.
*Masks must be worn indoors
*No refunds or exchanges unless class is cancelled
About the instructor:
I’m Jonah June and I’ve been at the compound for the past twelve years. My favorite medium is printmaking. I’m also an illustrator and write zines. I have experimented with all kinds of materials over the years and am mostly self-taught so my methods are very personal to me. I like to have fun and push the limits of the media I use. I like the controlled randomness of monotypes. I believe in play, curiosity and wild abandon! My work is centered around dreams, the unconscious, the paranormal and strange.