A great area of study for students who enjoy drawing and painting, Monotype Studio and Experimental Printmaking provide exciting and unpredictable creative processes to challenge students preconceived notions of how to make an image.
Gelli Plate Prints & Collage 
Sat & Sun, Feb 27 & 28, 10 am - 4 pm (2 sessions) | Studio School, 1st floor
The Gelli plate is a wonderful tool for creating monotypes simply. With stencils, stamps, and transparent paints, as well as some planning, complex artwork results. Explore color theory, composition and enjoy using your own “printing press”. Collage techniques will be covered, and participants will make collages or a simple accordion book on the second day of the workshop
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$145 (VMFA members $130)
Introduction to Woodcuts 
Sat & Sun, Mar 6 & 7, 10 am – 4 pm (2 sessions)| Studio School, 1st floor
This workshop focuses on the fundamentals of woodcut printing, one of the oldest of the printmaking processes. Developed in the ninth century, this bold graphic process appeals to many contemporary artists. View a variety of woodcut prints, then watch the instructor carve a woodblock plate. With guidance from the teacher, students design, transfer, carve, ink, and print a small edition of woodcut prints. Participants should bring sketches or photographs to work from. Materials will be provided. Prerequisite: basic drawing.
$165 (VMFA members $145)