Alternative Printmaking Processes for Middle School Students
Ditch the press! Printmaking has long been a tool to get your voice out there, from Goya to graffiti artists. We will explore DIY methods of printmaking using materials and objects you can find in your home. Learn woodcut, linocut, monotype, screen printing, and photo transfer processes to produce single prints as well as multiples (i.e posters) of vivid abstract and painterly compositions. Students will gain a basic understanding of printmaking processes without the need for any major equipment.
All courses culminate in a pop-up show at Embark Gallery on Friday, June 23rd.
Register Early for a $25 discount!
Early Registration, on or before May 29th: $250
Late Registration: $275
Dates: June 12th-23rd, Monday- Friday
Location: Fort Mason, Building B, Room 203
Student work examples
Instructor Matt Smith Chávez-Delgado:
Matt Smith Chávez-Delgado received an MFA in Art Practice from UC Berkeley in 2015 and was awarded a Murphy Cadogan Fellowship by the San Francisco Foundation. He has exhibited his work nationally, including at the Berkeley Art Museum, Kala, and Embark Gallery in the San Francisco Bay area, Tiger Strikes Asteroid in New York City, and Heiner Contemporary in Washington, DC. His work has been featured in New American Paintings (Pacific Coast issue #127), and he currently teaches photography and drawing at the University of Maryland University College.