Beginners Waterless Lithography
Simone Tippett & Wendy Wright.
Date: Sunday 23 April 2017, 10am-4pm – Beginners.
Sunday 30 April 2017, 10am-4pm – Advanced.
Cost: $90 per Bittondi member, $110 non-members, includes all materials.
Max class number: 10.
Minimum class number: 5
Lunch: BYO to share amongst the group.
Contact details: email@example.com & 0407 079 604
Waterless lithography uses silicon and aluminium plates and is quicker, safer and less-toxic than conventional lithography. Come and learn how to create your own waterless lithographic prints in this beginners introduction, or expand on your previous knowledge with guidance from Simone and Wendy.
Notes from Simone:
I tend to configure my workshops to suit the participants – so no matter if people are beginner-printmakers or more experienced. (If I think individuals will cope with additional aspects to the process I add them in as we go.) Everyone will go home with resolved prints.
The printmakers who did Liz Wauchope’s 4-day workshop a couple of years ago could use either the first or the second session as a refresher. (I do great notes – suitable for beginners, as well as those who did Liz’s workshop run by Annie & Robyn Day.)
Students can see some of the prints made by previous students in our class albums… go to www.facebook.com/UnionStPrintmakers , click Photos, then Albums, then Class Prints – Waterless Lithography.
Simone Tippett is a printmaker at Union St Printmakers in Stepney. She is passionate about learning and teaching new printmaking techniques, as well as collaborating on printmaking projects.
Simone runs weekly printmaking classes for Union St Printmakers and is affiliated with Union St Studios. She is a Guildhouse board member, a Print Council of Australia committee member and the SA contact for Enjay Presses. She is committed to sharing at a grass-roots level, bringing together traditional craftspeople, contemporary practitioners, emerging artists and the general community. Her current focus is establishing a letterpress and book arts studio/ARI, co-ordinating a monthly printmaking e-newsletter and facilitating group/collaborative exhibitions.