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Lower East Side Printsho
306 West 37th Street, 6th floor
New York, New York 10018
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The Lower East Side Printshop is pleased to announce our Winter/Spring 2013 Classes!  Register online: http://printshop.org/web/Learn/Classes/Catalogue.html

 

WINTER/SPRING 2013

 

WATERBASED SCREENPRINTING

with Roni Henning

6 weeks, 6-9 pm

Fee: $425

 

Session I: Tuesdays, January 15 – February 19, 2013

Session II: Wednesdays, April 3 – May 8, 2013

 

Explore the wide range of screenprinting techniques in this versatile medium. Silkscreen allows you to easily print hand-drawn, photographic, and digital imagery on paper, fabric, and other surfaces in a variety of colors. You will create handmade and photographic stencils and learn to use a vacuum table and exposure unit to shoot screens. Topics will include screen preparation, color separation for multi-plate prints, correct color mixing, registration, screen monoprinting, editioning, and basic methods of printing onto t-shirts.

 

 

INTRO TO PRINTMAKING

with Lisa Mackie

8 weeks, Wednesdays, 6-9pm

February 6 – March 27, 2013

Fee: $520

 

This course provides a broad introduction to 3 basic printmaking processes. Learn about intaglio techniques by creating a drypoint and etching, create unique prints with monoprint and carve blocks for relief printing. Important techniques used in all printmaking processes, such as paper tearing, ink modification, chine colle, registration, and printing multiple color plates, will also be covered.

* This class uses only Akua Water-based non-toxic inks.

 

 

MONOTYPE

with Sarah Nicole Phillips

6 weeks, Mondays, 6-9pm

March 4 – April 8, 2013

Fee: $395

 

This comprehensive workshop will introduce you to one of the most liberating forms of printmaking, with an emphasis on experimentation and creativity. Learn to create innovative one-of-a-kind prints using drawing, painting and collage. Explore color mixing, brushwork, ghost images, chine colle, stencils and unique tools to create unique prints. We will pull highly developed monotypes by hand and with the aid of a press.

*This class uses only Akua Water-based non-toxic inks.

 

 

 

SOLAR PLATE ETCHING

with Sheila Goloborotko

6 weeks, Tuesdays, 6-9pm

April 16 – May 21, 2013

Fee: $395

 

Solar plate is the safest and quickest method for creating photographic imagery in etching. Also known as photopolymer etching, this is an easy and innovative way to create intaglio and photo etchings without the use of acid and other harmful chemicals. Hand-drawn, photo-based, or digital images are exposed onto light-sensitive polymer plates, which are developed in water and printed on an etching press.

*This class uses only Akua Water-based non-toxic inks.

 

 

INTAGLIO

with Erik Hougen

6 weeks, Wednesdays, 6-9pm

May 15 – July 2, 2013 (Last class will be on Tuesday)

Fee: $520

 

Explore the rich and incredibly diverse possibilities of intaglio printing. This course aims to provide students with a mastery of basic intaglio techniques as well as an overview of historical and contemporary approaches to the medium. We will work through five fundamental intaglio processes: hard ground, soft ground, aquatint, sugarlift, and spitbite. While learning these fundamental techniques, you will develop two or three images and discuss issues in contemporary art with specific emphasis on printmaking. You will work on a copper plate with etching tools, and print on an intaglio press, as well as explore variations of color printing and chine collé. The 8-week course is suited for beginners and also offers intermediate students deeper exploration of the medium.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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