Introduction to Linocut Printmaking

Introduction to Linocut Printmaking

$450.00 inc. GST

Lecturer: Hanah Williams

Sat 4 May  – Sat 15 Jun (excluding Sat 8 Jun)

9.30am – 12.30pm

Level – Beginners

 

In this hands-on short course, you will be introduced to a range of linocut and relief printmaking techniques. Working with lino, MDF and Ezy-Carve, you will learn how to design, carve, and print a series of relief blocks by hand and with a printing press. Participants will also learn about different kinds of printing techniques, such as printing on cotton-rag paper and fabric, multi-block printing and hand-colouring prints. All printmaking materials included. This course is eco-aware and solvent free.

 

Please bring along the following items:

  • protective apron or shirt
  • dishwashing gloves (hands can get inky!)
  • Carbon/transfer paper
  • sketchbook/notebook
  • pencil
  • eraser
  • permanent marker
  • ruler
  • Any other stationary items that you may require
  • A folder to transport your prints in.

 

Hanah Williams is an Adelaide based artist, printmaking educator and graduate of Adelaide College of the Arts, UniSA and the Zea Mays Printmaking School (USA). Her practice focuses on creating unique state prints, print-based installations and using repetition as a means of understanding the human psyche. Hanah’s work delves into the realms of dreams, folklore and the human connection to the natural world. She was a printmaking lecturer at the University of South Australia for eight years and teaches eco-aware printmaking workshops throughout Adelaide and regional South Australia.
Hanah Williams
@hanahwprintmaker
@alchemyprintstudio

 

Please read the Terms and Conditions before completing your enrolment.

Categories:Term 2 2024Short Courses
Discipline:Printmaking
Experience Level:Beginner
Content Type:Sustainability

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