A traditional Japanese printmaking lesson! Traditional Japanese printmaking is also known as woodblock printing. This style of printing uses a wooden block that is carved with a design or image. The block is then pressed into one color of ink and then pressed on to paper to create the print. Prints can range from one layer of black ink to multiple layers of colored ink. Instruction and supplies are provided, space is limited.
MISS HOKUSAI (2015) SCREENING
Feb. 27th 7:30-9PM at Marquee Theater, Union South
LECTURE: Katsushika Oei: More than Miss Hokusai
by Professor Gene Phillips
Mar. 1st 6:15-7PM at Room L140, Elvehjem Building
WOODBLOCK PRINTING WORKSHOP
Mar. 2nd 6-8PM at Wheelhouse Studios, Memorial Union