Students, ages 8 to 18, spent the day in our printmaking studio. They were introduced to monotype printmaking and got the opportunity to create original, one of a kind prints by exploring different surfaces, painting and inking techniques. These works of art were hand-rubbed or were be run through our etching press.
Yonder printmaker Don Krumpos led this class and inspired students by sharing his work as well as techniques and the importance of process in printmaking.
$35 per student includes all necessary materials Due to space concerns this class is open to no more than 10 students.
New Printmakers spent a night “out” in our studio. They created original, one of a kind monotype prints by exploring different surfaces, painting and inking techniques. These works of art were hand rubbed or can be run through our etching press. They brought inspiration and left with beautiful art prints.
We will provide beverages, water, glasses, corkscrews, bottle openers, snacks, and supplies! Due to space concerns this class is open to no more than 10 students.
Ages 12 and up
Saturday, March 18 9 am-2 pm
Saturday, March 25 10 am-4pm
Public shadow puppet performance beginning at 5 pm March 25.
Workshop Price: All supplies will be provided. Yonder will order pizza on Saturday March 25th for all participants. Please bring your own snacks, lunch and beverages.
Artists under 18: $100
Class Limit: 10
Puppeteer, Don Krumpos, will share shadow puppet history, storyboarding and process as well as technical craft. Students will create their own shadow puppet short animation (about 5 minutes). Creative work is encouraged outside of class time to refine their performance. Students will work collaboratively and perform their puppet show on March 25th at 5 pm in a public performance hosted by Yonder. All artists, students and professional artists, ages 12 and up are welcome!
Due to space limitations this class is open to no more than 10 students.
Since this course has a lot of material put into a small amount of time, we have prepared some material for you to look at ahead of time.
Once you’ve signed up for the course, you’ll be sent additional course materials to start early, and between course dates so that we can make the most of our time together.
Saturday March 26th 9-4 pm
Students ages 10 and up spent a day in our printmaking studio learning the art of creating a linocut relief print. Participants began by learning what makes an ideal image for printing. Students then used gouges to form their linocut, roll on ink and pull their original work of art using hand-rubbing techniques and our etching press.
Yonder printmaker Don Krumpos led this class and inspire students by sharing his work as well as techniques and the importance of process in printmaking.
$50 per student includes lunch and all necessary materials Due to space concerns this class was open to no more than 9 students.
This class was offered in collaboration with Art Beet’s Youth Art Month’s Initiative.
Register at https://printmaking.bpt.me