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[BKARTS] Gelatin Plate Printmaking Workshop in Atlanta

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Gelatin Plate Printmaking Workshop

Two-day workshop with Ellen Knudson
Saturday and Sunday, May 5 - 6, 2007
Held at the Atlanta Printmakers Studio, in Atlanta, Georgia
Sponsored by the Southeast Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers

Learn the art of using gelatin and water-based printing inks to create monotypes. This fun, non-toxic process allows you to create painterly, one-of-a-kind handprints without using a press or expensive equipment. You will learn to make the gelatin printing plate, and how to use stencils in combination with mark making tools to make textural monotype prints on printmaking paper, as well as how to make gelatin plate prints that are similar to screen-prints.

Instructor Ellen Knudson has an MFA in Book Arts from The University of Alabama and produces handmade books under the imprint of Crooked Letter Press. She is a book artist, professional graphic designer and teaches graphic design. See her work at www.crookedletterpress.com.

Cost of two-day workshop is $125, plus $20 materials fee to cover cost of supplies. Southeast Chapter GBW or Atlanta Printmakers Studio members receive a $10 discount on workshop registration.

Gelatin Plate Printmaking Workshop Details:
Registration deadline: April 21, 2007 Please register as soon as possible.
Enrollment limit: 12 participants

Class will be held Saturday through Sunday, May 5 - 6, 2007
Hours of workshop: Saturday 9:00 - 5:00 , Sunday 10:00 - 4:00 (lunch break: 12:00 - 1:30 each day)

Please plan to bring your own lunch (restaurants are some distance). Light refreshments for breaks will be provided. Information on local accommodations can be provided upon request.

Location: Held at the Atlanta Printmakers Studio, Studio 6026, 675 Metropolitan Parkway, Atlanta, GA

For registration, or questions regarding workshop program, directions to the venue, or other general information, please contact Ann Frellsen: 404-727-0307, or email ann.frellsen@xxxxxxxxx

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