Kitchen Printmaking Club

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Printmaking Classes
Preschool Kids 4-6

Wednesdays 10:00 - 11:00 Max 6 Children

$15 /class or $120 /term (20% off)

Below are some of the printmaking techniques explored with this group of children. I will adjust each week according to the group.

• Chalk Printing - similar to marbling, but using chalk
• Stamping - using pre-carved rubber stamps, on paper and fabric
• Tangrams Stamping - creating shapes with simple geometric stamps
• Cyanotype/Sunprint - printing images on pre-treated paper, using sunlight
• Jelly Printing - free-form printing using jelly matrix
• Edible Printing - stenciling and stamping on homemade crackers/crepes with jam as ink
• Cardboard Relief - using cardboard packaging, rollers, nontoxic ink/ acrylic paint, baren, spoons
• Foil Monoprint - drawing on foil using printmaking ink
• Vegetable Stamping - print using vegetables
• Cork Stamping - each child will make their own unique stamps on cork block

At the end of the term, each child will go home with an A5 book of their prints.

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Printmaking Classes
School Kids 7-11

Tuesdays 3:30 - 5:00 Max 8 Children

$25 /class or $200 /term (20% off)

Below are some of the printmaking techniques explored with this group of children. I will adjust each week according to the group.

• Cardboard Relief Printing - using cardboard from packaging i.e. cereal box, roller, acrylic paint, and printed on paper using woodden spoons or barens
• Drypoint - an intaglio technique of scratching images on drypoint paper and printed using pasta maker
• Kitchen Lithography - using the concept of grease repelling water, this technique uses foil, sharpie/pencil/crayon, water and cola
• Stamping - creating picture stories with pre-carved stamps
• Cyanotype/Sunprint - printing images on pre-treated paper, using sunlight
• Jelly Printing - free-form printing using jelly matrix
• Edible Printing - stenciling and stamping on homemade crackers/crepes with jam as ink
• Woodblock & Lino Printing - printing pre-carved wood blocks in Japanese tradition, and lino
• Monoprinting - using card stock paper, magazines, etc.
• Screen Printing - using embroidery hoops, cloth, glue and acrylic paint

At the end of the term, each child will go home with an A5 book of their prints.

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