Join artist Nathan Cann for this introduction to linoleum block printmaking. In this three week course students will be designing, carving, and printing their own linocut prints! Suitable for beginners and experienced printmakers alike. All supplies included.
We recommend students begin planning a 5″x 7″ design in advance of the course.
UPDATE: Starting March 17, 2020, SJAC’s galleries and offices will be closed, and all workshops, events, and programs are also suspended. This decision is based on the Government of NB’s recommendations for all public spaces to close due to the developing situation with the COVID-19 virus. We are keeping registration open for select workshops for future dates, which will be rescheduled from the original dates seen in the listing. Folks already registered for upcoming / partway through workshops are being contacted with updates. Stay safe!
Tuesdays, 7pm-9pm • Feb. 18, 25, March 10, 2020 (3 weeks, skips Mar. 3, March Break) • Cost: $110
About the Instructor:
Nathan Cann is a Maritime-born artist who dabbles in new media and experimental chemical printmaking both green and toxic. After finishing his undergrad at Mount Allison University, New Brunswick; and receiving the BMO Art1st Provincial award, Nathan left the Maritimes to witness the rest of Canada and explore new merits outside of artistic practice. Current work focuses on the haunting of lands, particularly within the Maritimes, by means of monotypes and industry.
(Image credit: Own work / CC BY-SA 3.0 / File: Printing Using a Linocut Design.jpg)–