Mixed Media and Printmaking with Hill

March 07 - April 18, 2024
Cost: $240/person (6 sessions, all supplies included)
Type of Event: For Adults

Join Kingston School of Art (KSOA) teaching artist Hill Werth on Thursday evenings at the Museum to learn how to create one of a kind mixed media and printmaking projects! In this beginner mixed media and printmaking workshop, each week we will explore and play with different materials to create abstract backgrounds, while carving out foam cuts. We will combine the two processes together by inking and stamping the foam cut on the abstract backgrounds to create multiple mixed media prints.

Dates and Per Week Description:

Thursday, March 7 – Week 1 – Book pages and printmaking (nature themed)
Thursday, March 21 – Week 2 – Maps and printmaking (character themed)
Thursday, March 28 – Week 3 – Cardboard and printmaking (city themed)
Thursday, April 4 – Week 4 – Music sheets and printmaking (person or object themed)
Thursday, April 11 – Week 5 – Newspaper and printmaking (animal themed)
Thursday, April 18 – Week 6 – Your choice of mixed media background with printmaking
*Please note there is no session on Thursday, March 14

Time: 6:00 – 7:30PM (90 minutes)

Location: All sessions will take place at the Museum of Lennox & Addington, 97 Thomas Street East, Napanee

Cost: $240/person for all 6 weeks. Includes all required materials.
*Pre-registration is required and closes on Tuesday, March 5th, 2024 at 11:59PM.

Refund Policy: Participants can be refunded as long as the request is made prior to March 5th at 11:59pm. After registration closes the museum will not provide refunds.

Level: Beginner (no experience required)

Demographic: Ages 13+

Artist Bio:
Hill Werth is a trans non-binary mixed media artist. Using various mediums, their creations are the result of emotions pouring out, transcending from personal experiences and endeavors. This allows Hill to achieve patterned layers of balance and composition.

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Contact Details

97 Thomas Street East, Napanee
Tel: 6133543027
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