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Printmaking: Relief and Intaglio Explorations begins

4 Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm

Relief prints are created by carving an image into wood or linoleum, adding ink to the surface, and transferring the inked image onto paper. Intaglio [in-tal-yoh], is a family of printing techniques in which the image is incised into a metal plate or plastic plate and the marked lines create the image with the assistance of an intaglio press. Other processes will also be covered such as monoprints, collographs and embossing; $175 includes all materials. 

Students who complete this course are certified to use the prinmaking equipment and studio for their own use during weekly open studio sessions.


Earlier Event: April 23
Mixed Level Letterpress begins