Reductive Linoleum Cut Printing with Kakyoung Lee

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4 weeks, Thursdays, 6 – 9pm
June 6 – 26, 2024
Fee: $425 including materials and 12 hours of studio time

This course will introduce students the art of reduction relief printmaking, a method for creating vibrant, multicolored print using just one block. Throughout this course, we will study examples of relief prints by contemporary artists and delve into the process of creating images using three or four different colors. Guided by drawing, we will alternate between printing a color and carving to reveal the layers beneath. The class will cover the entire process of reduction relief printing, from creating a registration jig, to dividing colors, translating images onto the block, mastering carving techniques, and finally, printing on the press using water-soluble ink.

Kakyoung Lee (she/her) is a Korean-born, Brooklyn-based artist with a background in printmaking. Her practice spans printmaking, animation, and installation. Interdisciplinary engagement with print and time-based work is central to her research and studio practice. Lee holds her BFA and MFA in printmaking from Hong-Ik University, as well as an MFA from SUNY-Purchase College, NY.  Lee has exhibited in numerous exhibitions both locally and internationally including Drawing Center and Mass MoCA, and held in public collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Asia Society Museum in New York, and National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Lee has participated in numerous artist residency programs including the Marie Walsh Sharpe, Yaddo, McDowell Colony, Omi, ISCP, Jamaica Center of Arts and Learning, and Brandywine Workshop and Archives (BWA) where she was able to focus on experimenting with time-intensive print/animation projects.  Lee received grants and awards including the American Academy of Arts and Letter Purchase Award, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, and the NYFA Fellowship. Lee’s works have been featured in the Library of Congress blog, Art in Paper, Hyperallergic, and

Monotype Workshop with Henry Rosenberg

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2 Sessions, Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 4 pm
July 20 – 21, 2024
Fee: $220 including materials and 8 hours of studio time

This weekend workshop will introduce students to the most unique technique in printmaking! Participants will learn how to combine painterly gestures with layering on-plate elements including textured materials, stencils, and cut paper drawings. Students will learn work in both additive and reductive forms of monotype printing on the press with non-toxic materials and a variety of mark making tools. No printmaking experience needed.

Henry David Rosenberg is an artist based in New York and Philadelphia with a background in Printmaking and Art History and Visual Culture. Through storytelling his practice acknowledges the absurdity, tragedy, and humor of the modern world.  Rosenberg holds an MFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art and Architecture. Rosenberg has experience in both scholarly and technical sides of the print world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Drawing and Prints Department, the Lower East Side Printshop, and Marginal Editions.

Experimental Drypoint with Kate Liebman

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4 weeks, Mondays, 12 – 4pm
September 9 – 30, 2024
Fee: $450 including materials and 16 hours of studio time

In “Experimental Drypoint” class, students will learn how to make and print drypoint plates using traditional and non-traditional methods. During in-class demonstrations, guided printing, and discussions, with suggested assignments that progress in complexity, students will experiment with materials such as sandpaper, nails, etching needles, burnishers, thumbtacks, roulettes, Caran d’Ache crayons, and vellum stencils. Students will learn how to think about images in reverse, wipe a plate, and register plates for multicolor printing. There will be brief presentations of contemporary and historical artists who have used this method.

Kate Liebman is a visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She works across painting, printmaking, drawing, and video. She has received residencies from Art Cake, the Vermont Studio Center, the Lower East Side Printshop, Works on Water, AZ West, among others. Her most recent solo exhibition, “Hopscotch,” was held at D.D.D.D. in January 2023.