Friday, August 28, 2009

Seattle Teen Print makers Woodblock Workshop

The Georgetown Art Center presents Seattle Teen Print makers (STP) Woodblock Workshop.

Get an Early bird discount and sign up today!!
September 26th – October 17th
Non-toxic printmaking workshops for Teens ages 13-18
Closing art reception Saturday October 24th 6- 9pm

Instructor – Printmaker and Director of GAC - Angielena Chamberlain
Pricing – The cost for this four-week workshop is $150 including materials
Payment after Monday Sept 14th is $170 inc. materials
Scholarships - Two full Scholarships will be available for low–income or needy families (Please request paperwork early)

Pay methods – Pay pal / check -payment must be made by Sept.21st

Workshop goals
This beginner’s class in non-toxic printmaking with a focus on creative expression and identity. A brief overview of the history of print will set teens up for an enjoyable and fun experimentation process. Introductions to traditional and modern techniques will broaden the language of expression each student can achieve. Students will create a finished project that will be showcased during the final exhibition of student works October 24th 6-9pm.

About The Georgetown Art Center:
The Bertoldi building, which is the historical name of the building which now houses the GAC. It was built in 1904, and used as a ballroom for many years.While no longer used as a ballroom, it has been turned into one of Seattle’s more cutting edge Arts education facilities. Founded by Artist Angielena Chamberlain in 2007, the Georgetown Art Center now hosts teaching artists and diverse cultural events. All levels of artists are welcomed and a variety of classes are available. If you are interested in learning more about the GAC please feel free to call or see our blog for class updates and pricing. or Angielena (206) 851-1538 sponsored by Special thanks to contributors and supporting artists – McClain’s Printmaking Supplies , Jim Kurihara , Julie Kadingo , United Artists of Georgetown (UAG), Amy Pleasant and Jethaniel Peterka

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