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Monoprint – Anita Iacovella

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DETAILS

TEACHER: Anita Iacovella
DATE: Sep 23
TIME: 10am – 4pm
LOCATION: QG&W print studio
COST: $265
PLACES: 6

AIM

Monoprinting – Contemporary and painterly approaches to unique works on paper

This workshop will give participants a hands on introduction to a wide variety of contemporary & traditional monoprint techniques. Through demonstration in a studio setting. Exploring processes involving various application and methods of monotype and mono printing.

OUTCOME

Producing a small suite of prints in variety techniques.

  • Direct Drawing (drawing from still life)
  • Subtractive and gestural Mark making
  • Additive applications (adding organic materials or stencils to the ink surface)
  • Discuss ink mixing, papers, plates preparation setting up the press etc.

SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED: All levels and experience
INCLUDED: Tea, all materials. Glass of wine/cheese on completion
NOT INCLUDED: Coffee (gold coin donation), drawing journal, accommodation and food. Plenty of food choice in Queenscliff
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS: Athelstane, Clydesville, Queenscliff and Coastal Holidays,Salt Loft, Seaview House or Vue Grand
ESSENTIAL: An apron and wear protective footwear

When making a booking you may pay in full or choose to pay a deposit of $100 to secure your place. Email us for direct debit details or call 5258 4927 for phone payments. Invoices provided upon arrival. Initial payments may be refunded if the class is cancelled or if you inform us of your inability to attend, at least two weeks prior to the course date.

ADDITIONAL INFO

  • Microwave
  • Access to art books
  • Shared kitchenette
  • Unisex bathroom
  • One flight of stairs between workshops
  • Two steps at entry of gallery
  • No disability access
  • Street parking
  • No open toed shoes allowed

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QG&W is a proud member of The Print Council of Australia (PCA) - a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking. The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking.