Sculptural Drypoint Workshop, Auckland, 25-27 February

Dilworth School Art Department are hosting this workshop:

Sculptural Drypoint
at Dilworth School in Auckland
9.30am-4pm on 25-27 February
Cost $220 total for 3 days
(materials list given with booking)

Tutored by Charles Cohan
(Professor of Art & Printmaking Program Chair at University of Hawaii)

Plates are made using alternative drawing processes on metal, masonite, or cardboard
through the use of powertools, hammers, grinding and scribing implements
and printed in both intaglio and relief inking techniques.

Charles Cohan, Terrarium, 2009 

Participants will make a series of 10-15 prints in both multi color and layered combinations.
The prints will exhibit a dimensionality and tactile presence
distinct from typical intaglio or relief characteristics.

There were still be a few spaces available when I posted, so if you're interested
 please phone Dilworth School Art Department as soon as possible
 or email Susan Hurrell-Fieldes to get more information or to register.