[KwartzLab] WORKSHOP: Make your own rubber stamps! Intro to linoleum cutting (Next week!)
heather.a.morton at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 19:08:48 EDT 2013
Sorry for the short notice but we're running a workshop next week! :)
please see info below and tell your friends if they might be interested.
There are 2 ways to sign up:
1) You can sign up at the facebook event:
2) OR: email me (heather.a.morton at gmail.com)
*When: Thursday June 27th, 7 pm to 10 pm.
Where: kwartzlab, 33 Kent Ave., Kitchener.
Cost: $11 non-members; $9 members (All proceeds go towards buying several
sets of lino cutters for the lab! Hoorah!)*
All skill levels welcome; No prerequisite skills required. Even if you are
not a beginner you can still come and make stamps and support our purchase
of art supplies :)*
Participants will go home with 2 or 3 reusable, washable rubber stamps
which can be used on paper, fabric, etc. (really any flat medium provided
you have the right ink). Those who are finished their stamps early will
have the opportunity to test their stamps on postcards, and try out the
stamps that other participants have made.
You may make your stamps on any theme and draw your own design, or choose
from some printed motifs that will be provided.
Participants who want to print out their own images are encouraged to do so
ahead of time, however we can quickly do this at the lab too if brought on
a USB stick. Please avoid images with lots of thin lines or text (though
single letters would work great). Please keep the size of the linoleum
provided in mind as well.
Each person will receive at least a 3”x 4” piece of linoleum to work with
which we recommend dividing into 2 or more pieces in order to work on
multiple designs/stamps. (We may or may not have extra linoleum, depending
on sign-up numbers- the more people who sign up ahead of time the more we
can get, so please book in advance if possible!)
The workshop is limited to 8 people so book your spot today! Please sign up
via facebook or email Heather to reserve your spot:
(Once all spots are full, we will keep a wait list in case of any last
Thanks! Hope to see some of you there! :)
- Heather Morton
(May-July Artist in Residence)
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