Tuesdays / January 28 - March 17 / 4:30-6pm

Patterns & Prints: Printmaking Exploration: Ages 5-7

Join us as we explore the exciting world of printmaking! Students will learn a different technique each week, inspired both by traditional and contemporary printmaking processes. We will try monotypes, linocuts, printing with everyday objects, water marbling, photo transfers, and nature prints to name a few! With each print we will focus on choosing color, creating pattern, understanding texture, and appreciating the unexpected with this experimental process.




Tuesdays, January 28 – March 17, 4:30-6pm


Mills Brown

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