Collagraph Printmaking3 Session Class

Instructor:  Sara Tabbert

Dates of the class: Wednesdays, November 30 and December 7 & 14, 2022

Time of the class: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: Pioneer Park - Cabin 66 - The Folk School Print Shop (Click on the link for accessibility information.)

Collagraph is an under-sung printmaking technique that is cheap, simple, experimental, and versatile!

Collagraph plates can be printed using either relief or intaglio methods (don’t worry if this doesn’t mean anything to you!). They are easily shaped and cut, and can stand on their own or be combined with other printmaking techniques.

We will have plenty of materials to work with, but if you want to bring flexible, textured, low-relief material such as fabric, textured paper, yarn, or thread (nothing brittle, breakable, or metal) we can make use of these items in your collagraphs.

All tools and materials outside of basic drawing supplies will be provided. No prior experience necessary.

Note: This class will take place both upstairs in the cabin and downstairs in the printmaking studio. If navigating stairs is a limitation for you, please contact Kerri Hamos, Program Director at prior to the start of class.

Collagraph PrintmakingImportant: Depending on Covid-19 case numbers at the time of the class, masks might be required. 

Maximum number of students: 8

Minimum number of students: 6

Age range: 18 and up

Prerequisites:  none

Cost: $94

Materials fee: $20

Contact: Sara Tabbert:

Pre-registration: This class is pre-registration only. Please register by 2 days before the class begins. Registration will be closed after this time.




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