Japanese Woodblock Printmaking
2 Day Postcard Printing Workshop
Date: Nov 14 – Nov 15Space: Workshop
Join us for a two day Postcard Printing Workshop with Artist and Printmaker, Sybille Schlumbom. Sybille is an expert in the area of Japanese Woodcut Printmaking, called Mokuhanga. She is the only tutor of Mokuhanga in New Zealand, and expertly uses her knowledge and skills to gently guide participants through the whole process.
Enjoy a weekend of creativity, learn about mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock printing) in a relaxed, achievable way and take home a variation of your own printed postcards.
You will work with partly pre-cut plates and have thorough demonstrations as well as one on one support on the first day, when you will carve one plate for the two-colour image to print on the second day.
Simple designs will be available, feel free to bring your sketch books and ideas, but keep in mind that might have to adapt your ideas to the technique.
Japanese woodcut differs from European woodcut in three particular ways:
- the application of the water based inks by brush
- the use of a hand held baren for printing
- the use of kento registration marks, carved directly into the block
You will learn about the tools required, where to buy them, and the paper that is used for this style of printing.
A $25 materials cost applies on the day – paid directly to the tutor.
Where: CAN Workshop – 16 Byron Street, Napier
When: Saturday and Sunday 14 and 15 November 2020
Time: Saturday: 10am – 4pm, Sunday: 10am – 2pm
Artist and tutor: Sybille Schlumbom
To Book: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call CAN 06 835 9448.
Only prepayment secures your place on the course. Your place may be reserved for 48 hours only to give you time to pay. Book early to avoid disappointment, numbers are strictly limited!
Online payments: Contact the CAN for details. Reference: EV2028 and your surname
NB: Creative Arts Napier reserves the right to cancel this workshop a week prior to date in the event of insufficient bookings.