Cardboard Collagraph Printing - December 8th
Interactive Live Online Demo!
Cardboard Collagraph Printing
Tuesday December 8th 2020
6:30 - 8:30pm
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Cereal boxes, corrugated carboard, garlic and onion bag mesh, milk cartons, twine, burlap, woven patterned fabrics and many more materials we throw out have amazing textures that can be used to create a wonderful collage. When inked, these textures create amazing results.
Explore this together in this fun course. The textured plate you will create can be inked with sponges and foam rollers with water-based inks on inexpensive, Japanese paper.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Eveline Kolijn is a printmaker and installation artist living and working in Calgary. Growing up in the Caribbean, she has experienced both the beauty and demise of coral reefs. Eveline received an MA in cultural anthropology from the Leiden University in the Netherlands in 1986 and a BFA from the Alberta College of Art+ Design in 2008 including the Governor General’s Award for academic achievement. She has participated in national and international exhibitions and residencies, public art projects and community engagement. She has been published in various scientific publications. She is an instructor at the Alberta University of the Arts School of Continuing Education. In 2018, she joined the Energy Futures Lab as a Fellow and in 2019, she received the AUArts Alumni Legacy award.
If you choose to cancel your registration, A/P requires AT LEAST 48 HOURS NOTICE in writing for full reimbursement. If cancellation occurs within 48 hours of the program’s start time, no refund will be issued.
A/P reserves the right to cancel the demo due to low enrolment within 3 days of the program date. Should this occur, all registered participants will be notified via email and all paid fees will be reimbursed in full.