Reductive Relief Printmaking Workshop with Maria Doering
Maria will be hosting a 2-days printmaking workshop in her studio in Dartmouth, January 26th & 27th, 2019 from 10am – 4pm. Participants will learn how to create a two colour image with the reductive block printing method. All materials included. There are only 5 seats available. Please register by contacting Maria directly at 902-719-5007 or email@example.com.
Week-long Screen printing course at Lunenburg School of Art
(Image: “Enveloped Evolution” by Maria Doering – screen print on paper)
SUMMER SCREEN PRINTING
with Maria Doering
Date & Time:
Aug 21 – 25, 2017
10:00am – 4:00pm
This week-long class will cover the joys of screen printing on paper with a focus on creating colourful imagery by using hand cut stencils, screen filler and possibly photo emulsion. By the end of the week Students will be comfortable with mixing inks, registering colour layers, and printing multiples. Whether or not you are looking to create limited edition posters, or make original fine art prints, this class will give you a solid foundation in the technique and information on making prints at home. No experience necessary, all levels welcome.
Students should bring the following
- Sketchbook or notebook
- Pencil or pen
- Apron/old T-shirt
- Scotch magic tape (matte)
- Pad of newsprint
- 5-6 full sheets of Mayfair paper for proofing (available at NSCAD Art Supply Store or Deserres Art Supply Store)
- Rag paper for editioning (Stonehenge, Fabriano Rosaspina, Rives BFK, Arches…etc., no heavy textures, no water color paper)
- Recycled, clean yogurt containers with lids for mixed inks
- 1 black permapaque marker
- Box cutting knife or xacto knife
(LSA will provide all other materials not listed)
To register for this class please visit the Lunenburg School of the Arts Website.
Maria’s classes at NSCAD School of Extended Studies
What a better way to start the year than to help you destress by learning something new in a relaxed and friendly environment? Maria is at it again teaching two 7-week courses at the NSCAD School of Extended Studies. Use the professional printmaking facilities to learn something new. This term Maria is going to teach Monotype and Screen printing please find below some information about the two classes. Screen printing is filling up quickly, and there is still much space in Monotype, so if you prefer less crowded classes, Monotype is perfect for you!
Monotype is a fun and very experimental printmaking technique where instead of printing editions you only create one-of-a-kind pieces. Each week you will learn different approaches ranging from Black & White to multi-colored and multi layered Monotype prints with the use of various inks, dry media and found objects on paper. No previous experience required. Please bring sketchbook or note pad, pencil, fine point Sharpie marker and an apron or old t-shirt to the first class. Class Limit is 10.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 31, 2017
|ESPR-0111 [Register Online]
|H320, 5163 Duke Street
|Date / Time:
||Wed Feb 8-March 29 , 6:30–9:30pm (7 sessions)
(no class on Feb 15)
||$275.00 + HST
Screen printing, also known as Silkscreen or Serigraphy, is a fun printing technique that doesn’t
take too much set up to use at home. In this course, students will learn how to screen print
through the use of hand-cut stencils. The class will include exposure to different ways of cutting stencils, mixing inks, registering color layers, setting up the screen and printing.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: February 1, 2017
|ESPR-012 [Register Online]
|H320, 5163 Duke Street
| Date / Time:
||Tue, Feb 7 to March 21, 6:30pm-9:30pm (7 sessions)
||$275.00 + HST
Maria teaching a workshop at St. FX University
Maria is teaching a one day reductive relief printing workshop at St. FX University in Antigonish with partnership of the Society of Antigonish Printmakers on November 26th. Registration is now open, please call Kate Georgallas at 902-863-0151 or send her an email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up for the workshop.
During this all day workshop participants will get an overview of relief printing and a specific focus on the method of Reductive Relief Printmaking. Each participant will carve an image into a matrix material, print the first layer and then carve more from the same block to print the second layer.
The last time I taught at St. FX the workshop was full within a day, so please register as soon as possible!