Monotypes/Experiments in Printmaking



As of September 22, 2021, some New Brunswick businesses will require Proof of Vaccination to access non-essential services. All of SJAC’s programs (workshops, galleries, performing arts events, rental events) fall under the included categories of services.

All people aged 12 and up will be required to show their record of immunization or medical exemption certificate and a government issued identification to be able to access our programs.

For further details, please see our full policy update by clicking here.


*Please also note that SJAC is maintaining a mandatory community face mask policy until further notice.*

Join printmaker Nathan Cann for a five week endeavour into all things monotype. During the sessions, you will learn the technical aspects of working in a print studio and processes that can be accomplished without the requirement of a press. Classes are limited to six participants for plenty of workspace and instruction time. While all cleaning and printing supplies are included, participants will be asked to bring various textiles and photos for certain sessions.

COVID-19 POLICY NOTE:  In the unfortunate event that the local Saint John Zone must ‘move back’ to stricter social distancing policies and classes must be cancelled, participants will be refunded for the remaining classes.

Please note that community face masks are required during the class.

Tuesdays, 7-9PM • September 14 – October 19, 2021 (6 weeks) • Cost: $150 (materials included)

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About the Instructor:

Nat Cann is a Canadian artist of settler ancestry. Since graduating from Mount Allison University, Nat has enjoyed exhibiting work across Canada in public galleries, artist-run centres, and workshops dabbling in new media, assemblage, experimental printmaking and the typical Atlantic Canadian withering—nature reclaiming the settler’s notion of heritage. Such ideas have been explored from coast to coast via residencies and workshops in lands both fantastic and remote. Nat now resides in Saint John, New Brunswick, on the traditional lands of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’kmaq Peoples where he currently instructs workshops in printmaking at the Saint John Arts Centre.