ONLINE Lino Printed House Portrait Workshop with Rebecca Lewis
Time & Location
About the Event
Ipswich-based artist Rebecca Lewis will be bringing her passion for stories, heritage buildings and printmaking to Maryborough as part of the CQ Shopfront Artisan in Residence Program. You will have the opportunity to do a portrait of your house and share it as part of an exhibition in 2021. This 3-part workshop series will take place on:
- Saturday 21st November 2020 - 10am-11.30am - Workshop Part 1
- Saturday 28th November 2020 - 10am-11am - Workshop Part 2
- Saturday 12th December - 10am-10.30am - Online Showcase
You will need to participate in all 3 workshops. If you are unable to attend, please let the Project Coordinator, Shelley Pisani know on 0438 515 844 or email email@example.com
This workshop is free to attend. You will be required to provide your own materials as listed below.
You may already have some of these materials. If not, Wide Bay Gallery have stock available to purchase. The brands mentioned below are the ones available at Wide Bay Gallery. You may use equivalents that you already have.
Paper - Either A4 Canson Drawing paper or bamboo fibre sketch pad 105gsm
Block printing ink - Derivan block printing ink – black 250gm
Baren - Japanese baren
Lino cutting tools (at least a V and U) - Sakura carving tools
Ezy carve print block - A4 ezy carve prink block
Ink roller - Hard rubber roller 100mm
This project has been funded by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and CQ RASN. The Regional Arts Services Network is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. CQ University has been appointed as the Central Queensland Provider. Funding has also been received through the Regional Arts Fund, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between Fraser Coast Regional Council and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
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