• Cut and Paste: The Art of Chine Collé • PMTJ181L01

    Explore the basics of chine collé, including methods of gluing and printing with traditional Japanese papers. Students will also be encouraged to experiment with collage, layering, and found paper ephemera to create unique prints. This is an introductory course, and no previous experience ...

    Taylor Johnson  
    Apr. 3-May. 1
    Tue 9am-noon (5 sessions) Past_exhib_pm_1
  • Discovering Prints • PMGW181L53

    Our goal is to invent prints. We have the etching press, some kind of plate, a variety of colors and printing paper. There are innumerable ways to combine these elements and you will be welcome to come up with new combinations. We want to share among ourselves ideas and processes. Previous experi...

    George Woollard  
    Jan. 23-May. 1
    Tue 6–9pm (14 sessions) Past_exhib_pm_2
  • Intaglio • PMDK181L55

    Learn the basic techniques of intaglio printmaking using safer materials. BIG (Baldwin Ink Ground) offers traditional results with less toxicity.  We will focus on hard ground techniques that develop our mark making skills. Achieve precise traditional images as well as abstracts wi...

    Denise Karabinus  
    Apr. 11-May. 2
    Wed 9am–noon (4 sessions) Past_exhib_pm_4
  • The Monoprint • PMTJ181L58

    Create painterly, one-of-a-kind prints. This course will explore a diverse range of monoprinting techniques, such as direct painting, stencils, use of botanical/found objects and textures, and more. Students will also learn the basics of polyester plate lithography, a quick and easy way to reprod...

    Taylor Johnson  
    Jan. 30-Mar. 13
    Tue 9am–noon (7 sessions) Past_exhib_pm_7
  • What a Relief! Color Prints • PMLS181L60

    Endless color experimentation is possible with color woodcuts.  Try puzzle pieces, multiple plates, stencils, selective inking. A series of projects will begin with a simple color print, adding an additional plate, then a more complex print with many color variations. Learn cutting tips a...

    Laura Smith  
    Jan. 22-Apr. 30
    Mon 6–9pm (13 sessions) Past_exhib_pm_9