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[BKARTS] Atlanta Printmakers Studio Events

?ETCHING CLASS (January - 4 weeks)
Mondays, January 8-29, 2007, 6:30-9:30pm
$120 APS members / $130 non-members
(plus $10 supply fee)
Explore the rich possibilities of copper plate etching with instructor Kathy Garrou. Techniques of plate preparation, image transfer, hard ground, soft ground, aquatint, correcting with burnisher and scraper, inking and printing will be covered. Beginners and experienced printmakers both welcome.
?PRINTMAKING EXHIBIT January 18 - March 10, 2007
Reception: January 18, 6pm-8pm
Selected Works from Atlanta Printmakers Studio members at Swan Coach House Gallery, juried by Marianne Lambert
Presented by Atlanta Printmakers Studio and SCAD Atlanta Printmaking Department:

"The Secret is in the Inking" Workshop
Taught by award winning British printmaker, Chris Pig, this workshop will present techniques for inking and printing linoleum blocks.
Saturday, February 3, 2007
10am-4pm at Atlanta Printmakers Studio
$75 APS members / $85 non-members
"The Life of a Printmaker and his Influences" Lecture
A lecture by award winning British printmaker, Chris Pig.  His talk will focus on how art history affects a practicing artist, and how it is implemented.
Sunday, February 4, 2007 at 7:00pm
SCAD Atlanta Campus
1600 Peachtree St. NE - Printshop, Room 517
Free and open to the public.
?MONOTYPE CLASS (February - 4 weeks)
Tuesdays, February 6-27, 2007, 6:30-9:30pm
$120 APS members / $130 non-members
(plus $10 supply fee)
Monotype printmaking combines the spontaneity of painting with the distinct qualities of a print. Students will work on reuseable plexiglass plates, employing a wide range of materials and techniques. This class is taught by Terri Dilling. No previous printmaking experience is necessary.
?BOOKBINDING CLASS (February - 4 weeks)
Wednesdays, February 7-28, 2007, 6:30-9:30pm
$120 APS members / $130 non-members
(plus $10 supply fee)
Come and explore the art of bookbinding, from basic techniques and materials to in-depth investigations of structure and form. Students will complete books in one of three styles: pamphlet stitch, classic cased-in codex, and an elegant stitched spine. This class is taught by Sara Hindmarch. 

see www.AtlantaPrintmakersStudio.org for more details

Stephanie Smith 
(404) 259-0922 

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