PRINTMAKING: Shellac Plate Drypoint/Etching Workshop
Shellac Plate Printmaking Workshop. Explore acid free drypoint/etching techniques from cardboard shellac plates.

What is on offer?

Due to  Thursday workshops being booked out Robyn is now running another Shellac plate drypoint / etching workshop.

Every Wednesday From 8th to the 29th Nov. 10 am to 12.30 pm

Experience acid free etching from cardboard shellac plates with local printmaker and  teacher Robyn Mackay at her professional printmaking studio. ETCH Gallery and Studios 19c Rutland St Newtown

This workshop is specifically designed to run over 4 weeks and covers the making of plates as well as printing in both intaglio and relief techniques.
You can expect several intaglio prints and possibly one combined intaglio and relief print over the duration.
This will be a fun mini course and you will learn some great techniques to add to your repertoire.
The cost of this workshop is $30.00 per week for a total of $120.00 over the four weeks. Some materials supplied
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL Ph Robyn 0425815004

Who is the opportunity for?

Printmakers, artists and those wanting to learn printmaking techniques

Who is providing the opportunity?

Robyn Mackay

Who is eligible and what is required?

All adults. Some materials supplied, please contact Robyn for what you will need to bring along

What is the closing date or deadline?

03/11/2017

How much does it cost?

$120.00 for 4 week workshop. ($30.00 per week)

How do people book or get involved?

Bookings Essential
Ph Robyn on 0425815004

Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Robyn Mackay
  • Phone Number: 0425815004
  • Location: ETCH Gallery and Studios 19c Rutland St Newtown 3220
  • Email Address: etchgallery@outlook.com

Location

ETCH Gallery and Studios, 19c Rutland St, Newtown, Victoria, Australia

PRINTMAKING: Shellac Plate Drypoint/Etching Workshop

ETCH Gallery and Studios, 19c Rutland St, Newtown, Victoria, Australia

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