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18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing
September 28-30, 2018
Friday-Sunday, 9am-4pm
Alfred Stark


18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing


18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing18C340P - Moku Hanga, An Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printing
 

Moku Hanga, meaning “wood print,” is a simple, centuries old Japanese technique employing water-based ink, basic carving and rubbing tools, beautiful Japanese paper, and fine-grained wood. Many Western printmaking methods involve complex printing presses, oil-based inks and toxic solvents. By contrast, Moku Hanga utilizes only a few simple tools, a small work space, and is entirely water based. Alfred will teach you to hand carve and print your unique drawing from fine-grained Shina Plywood onto beautiful Japanese paper, a skill you can continue to use to make prints for many years. No experience necessary. You are encouraged to bring photos or drawings you can use in creating your print.

Materials fee covers papers and other supplies.
Class fee includes lunch each day.

Level: Novice and above

Student Supply List:
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Tuition $300
Materials Fee $25


Meet the Instructor: Alfred Stark


This workshop is part of Printmaking Retreat. Look for more info by clicking in the Retreats Menu on the right panel.


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