- Dates: Saturday , December 13, 10 am–4 pm
- Age: 18+; all skill levels welcome
- Cost: $115 (10% discount for HP members)
- Registration: Deadline is Monday, December 1
- Enrollment: Maximum 15; Minimum 6
- Instructor: Dana LeMoine
Monoprinting is one of the most versatile printing methods. It offers a plethora of mark-making techniques from painterly to graphic. This day-long workshop will teach you everything you need to know about how to make a monoprint. It will also cover some advanced techniques for those who have experience making monoprints or those who are looking for a challenge, such as ghost printing and multiple drop printing. We will use water soluble ink so clean up is a breeze; no solvents are used during this workshop. This class will have plenty of time for experimenting so come prepared with ideas! Note: 6 large sheets of printing paper 22 “ x 30” and inks provided; more paper can be purchased during class if needed.
About the Instructor: Dana LeMoine is the Education and Community Programs Manager at Highpoint. She earned her MFA at Arizona State University and her BFA at UW-Madison, both in printmaking. Dana has been teaching art for over four years to diverse audiences. Beginning at Arizona State University and the Mesa Art Center, she is excited to now be closer to her home in Wisconsin while continuing to pursue her passions of making and teaching how to make prints.
To register for classes, call Highpoint at 612-871-1326 or email email@example.com. Registrations are finalized upon receipt of payment. If payment is not received within one business week your place in the class will not be reserved.