There will be a 3-day printmaking workshop at the Dunedin School of Art
with tutors Neil Emmerson and Kiri Mitchell, from 17-19 February.
Your opportunity to learn the skill of etching and drypoint or add to your existing skill base.
Cost is $150 for 3 days, includes printmaking materials.
Maximum of 12 students (16+ years old).
For enquiries phone 4743249 or make a bookings via Customer Services Agency
(Dunedin City Council, Civic Centre, 50 The Octagon) 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Payment required upon booking (cash or eftpos).
This workshop coincides with the exhibition Géricault to Gauguin - Printmaking in France 1820-1900
which is showing at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery now until 17 March.
Some of the most renowned French artists of the 19th century are represented
in this exhibition of etchings, drypoints, lithographs, and woodcuts
from Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand’s permanent collection.
These exquisite prints represent a diverse range of styles and techniques and include works by members of the Barbizon school, and the impressionist and post-impressionist movements. The exhibition offers an opportunity to see work in another medium by artists who are better known as painters, such as Corot, Manet, and Renoir, as well as works by master printmakers such as Legros and Bracquemond.
Click here to see Dunedin Art Gallery's website for more information and opening hours etc.