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Highpoint Center for Printmaking presents Transference: Printmakers in Mni Sota Makoce, curated by Alexandra Buffalohead.
An exhibition of recent prints created at the Inuit printmaking studio at the West Baffin Co-operative in Nunavut, Canada.
This course will serve as an introduction to screenprinting. Students will primarily use emulsion techniques to create their images through drawing directly onto film, cutting rubylith, and outputting digital files with a printer to create stencils.
This lecture/demo will introduce how to mix rice paste in preparation for chine-collé, paper preparation, and application (with intaglio).
Learn to use water soluble materials and an etching press to make monoprints.
Students will explore these social movements to gain an understanding of why and how they used print as a device for change. Inspired by these prints and printmakers, participants will make their own graphic political poster using the basic linoleum block printing techniques covered in technical demonstrations.
ALL IN : A unique evening at Highpoint Center for Printmaking celebrating art & community
Learn how to achieve this alluring visual language in screenprinting with this lecture/demo. Toner Drawing and You will focus on using toner drawing as a means to make images for use in screenprinting.
Using novel methods of markmaking along with traditional and unorthodox tools on zinc plates, participants in this class will learn approaches for developing a richly layered, spatially compelling composition.
Use recyclable plastic plates, water washable oil based inks, and an etching press to make drypoint prints.
Learn the basics of chine collé and relief rolls along with the basics of Intaglio printing.
Learn to use carving tools, carve a relief block, and print by hand.
Use carving tools and a relief block, learn the basics of pin registration, and print by hand.
Use contact paper and acrylic ink to make screenprints.