Kitchen Lithography Workshop
John Robinson will lead this workshop in a special form of lithography. Kitchen Litho is a simplified method of lithography, using products that are found in a kitchen.
Drawing using soap, oil or crayons the image is made on Alfoil, processed with Cola and then printed. It is an experimental process with results somewhere between a mono print, a litho and a torn piece of alfoil. Be prepared to lose the image the first time you roll on some ink or you may get six prints, a fun way to learn some of the basics of Lithography.
Spaces available for 8 participants.
We need a minimum of 4 people for this Workshop to go ahead, so please book early!!
A materials list will be emailed to participants a week before the Workshop.
About John… John regularly teaches printmaking from Moving Creature Studio. Equipped with Screen printing, Lithography and presses suitable for etching and relief. John is often printing something on each press every week. John has taught at TAFE and UTAS. He loves print making and sharing the various methods and processes involved in printing with new students.
- If a participant tests positive to Covid19, you must cancel your booking by contacting the Workshop Co-ordinator, Linda Pollard, at email@example.com, and follow relevant Public Health Orders. A full refund will be given and your place will be offered to someone on the Cancellation List.
- If our Workshop is full, please join the Cancellation List. Email Workshop Co-ordinator, Linda Pollard, at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
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