Monday Printmaking

A print is a work of art made by transferring pigment from one surface (the plate or digital print) onto a second surface (paper). In this workshop based class students will learn how to use the printing press and both water and oil based inks to create individual images called monotypes.

Emphasis is given on helping each student develop a personal knowledge of the process. The class gives each student the opportunity to pursue in depth a project not limited to the monotype process but also encompassing the student’s own way of making art.

Techniques covered include: monotype, collagraphs, and digital solvent transfer using your own digital images.

Students provide their own printmaking paper.  MIT Students: $150  |  MIT Staff & Affiliates: $250  |  Not Affiliated with MIT: $350

A list of materials will be sent out prior to the first day of class.

MIT Students: $140  |  MIT Staff & Affiliates: $240  |  Not Affiliated with MIT: $340

This class has been closed for the semester. The next session at the Student Art Association will begin in June 2016, please check back at a later date for class offerings and registration.

Mondays, 6:00-8:30pm
February 22-April 25, 2016
Instructor: Thery Mislick