Lacia Vogel (MFA University of Regina, BFA UBC Okanagan) is a printmaker who works primarily in screen printing and intaglio. Having been to residencies all over the world, she brings a diverse and particular eye to her practice. In this workshop, Lacia will teach intaglio, focused on the drypoint technique. This type of etching creates softer, more drawerly line work, and is several hundred years old. Using copper plates, ink, and our gorgeous press, you’ll turn ordinary paper into a fantastic edition. Just bring your self, a sketchbook, and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
If you want to know more about the drypoint technique, this website has a fantastic little essay with imagery.
Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays (except February 14th, Feb. 14th’s class will be held Wednesday Feb. 15th due to Valentine’s Day) from 6pm to 9pm from February 3 – 21, 2017 (Feb. 3, 7, 10, 15, 17 & 21)
Please remember to double check that you will be able to attend all sessions at the times listed as there are no opportunities to make up a missed session free of charge and it is highly encouraged that you attend all sessions in the workshop in order to get the most of your experience.
No experience necessary, ages 14 and up. All materials included in the enrolment fee of $185.00, plus tax.
Cost: $185.00 plus GST & PST ($204.50)
Payments: We prefer online payment at the time of registration, however, if you wish to pay by cheque, Interac e-transfer or in person by debit or with cash this can be accomodated. Please contact our programming coordinator, Edith Skeard, upon registration to discuss payment options by email at email@example.com.
If you are not able to pay the full $204.50 at the time of registration, we are willing to split the workshop payment into two installments of $102.25, the first payment due the first day of class and the second payment due February 14th, 2016. Again, please contact Edith upon registration (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to split your payment into two installments.