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30 September 2017 • Intaglio: Drypoint Engraving

120.00
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30 September 2017 • Intaglio: Drypoint Engraving

120.00

30 September 2017 •  Intaglio: Drypoint Engraving

Saturday • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

$120 all materials included

Minimum 4 participants, Maximum 6 Participants

Class Description

Known for producing rich velvety dark lines, Drypoint Engraving is a direct, acid-free technique and a highly accessible introduction to Intaglio printmaking. 

Prints are made by scratching into a metal or plastic plate, wiping ink into the textured  plate surface, and printing on an etching press. Techniques covered in this workshop will include plate preparation, drypoint etching, inking, press operation, and printing.

Each student will create and print a 5"x 7" plate.  Plates will be printed using oil-based inks, but no petroleum-based grounds or solvents will be used in this course. This significantly reduces the presence of the fumes and odors associated with traditional Intaglio practice. 

In addition to learning basic techniques and proper press operation, students will gain a general understanding of the medium’s history and the ability to discern quality Intaglio prints.

What You Need To Bring

Line drawings and/or ideas for a 5"x7" plate
An apron you don't mind getting very messy
Water | Lunch | Snacks 

 

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30 September 2017 •  Intaglio: Drypoint Engraving

Saturday • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

$120 all materials included

Minimum 4 participants, Maximum 6 Participants

Class Description

Known for producing rich velvety dark lines, Drypoint Engraving is a direct, acid-free technique and a highly accessible introduction to Intaglio printmaking. 

Prints are made by scratching into a metal or plastic plate, wiping ink into the textured  plate surface, and printing on an etching press. Techniques covered in this workshop will include plate preparation, drypoint etching, inking, press operation, and printing.

Each student will create and print a 5"x 7" plate.  Plates will be printed using oil-based inks, but no petroleum-based grounds or solvents will be used in this course. This significantly reduces the presence of the fumes and odors associated with traditional Intaglio practice. 

In addition to learning basic techniques and proper press operation, students will gain a general understanding of the medium’s history and the ability to discern quality Intaglio prints.

What You Need To Bring

Line drawings and/or ideas for a 5"x7" plate
An apron you don't mind getting very messy
Water | Lunch | Snacks 

 

Registration Information

GENERAL

  • Workshop and Class enrollment is open to the public.

  • Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian enrolled in the same course. Please contact us for details. 

  • We reserve the right to change instructors.

LIMITED ENROLLMENT
Class space is limited and enrollment is first-come, first-served. Please register early to reserve your spot!

PAYMENT
Tuition and fees are due in full upon registration. Payments for private workshops or private instruction is due at the time of the class. We accept cash and all major credit cards.

CANCELLATIONS
Classes canceled with less than 48 hours notice will be refunded at 50% of the original price. Processing Fees are nonrefundable except when Starfangled Press cancels a class. Classes may not be substituted or switched once registration is complete.  Be sure to mark your calendar! Classes with insufficient enrollment will be canceled at least 5 days before they are scheduled to start. Please register early!

PARKING
There is paid parking available directly across the street from Starfangled Press. Free public parking is available in lots on both sides of the W Jordan and South Caldwell Intersection. Street parking is limited to two hours from 9 am - 6 pm, except on Sundays. 

MATERIALS
Please see course description for any materials you should bring. 

SAY CHEESE! OR, DON'T. 
We frequently photograph our classes and the work made in the class for use in promotional publications and on our social media accounts. Please let the instructor know if you do not want you or your work to be photographed.