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PRINTMAKING

Printmaking is the art of carving, etching or making marks on a plate or surface that can then be transferred multiple times to another surface, typically paper or fabric. The process involves applying ink to the plate and then uses pressure to transfer the ink to the paper. The paper with the image on it is the work of art.
 
Examples of printmaking are woodcuts, etchings, engravings, screen prints and lithography. The earliest example of printmaking is from China around 206 B.C. and eventually made book making more possible and versatile.
 
In this class we will do styrofoam prints, collagraphs, etchings and monoprints. We will work on composition and color theory as well as the printing techniques.
Students holding up their prints from the Operation ART Printmaking Class.
Students learning new printmaking techniques in The Joel Fund Operation ART Studio.

CLASS DETAILS

WHEN: Thursdays beginning January 12, 2023 through February 16, 2023 

1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16
2/23 and 3/2 make up dates

TIME: 6 – 9 PM

WHERE: The Joel Fund Art Studio
822 S. White Street, Suite 106, Wake Forest, NC 27587

COST: $25
*Scholarships are available for individuals who cannot afford the class fee.

NOTES: Registration closes January 5th, 2023.
No experience is necessary to take the class.
All supplies will be provided by The Joel Fund.

If you have questions or would like more information, please email isabella@thejoelfund.org.