2011 SUMMER / FALL WORKSHOPS – Children, Teens, Adults, Seniors

CHILDREN MORNING PROGRAM
ONE DAY WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN (Gr. 1 – 8)

Date: 4 hours, Thursdays 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Cost: $ 40
Instructor: Kacie Auffret
Telephone:519-817-1022
Email: workshops@wpfstudio.org

All supplies will be provided. Class size limited to 10 students. There will be demonstrations with time for questions and answers, as well as, individualized instruction.

LOCATION FOR ALL WORKSHOPS AND COURSES:

Windsor Printmakers Forum ● 420 Devonshire Rd ● Windsor/ON ● N8Y 4T6 ● wpfstudio.org ● 519 253 9493

MONOPRINTING / MONOTYPES
Date / Time: Thursday, July 21. 2011, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

LEARN HOW TO DRAW AND PAINT FROM IMAGINATION
Date / Time: Thursday, July 28. 2011, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

LEARN HOW TO DRAW AND PAINT FLOWERS AND BUTTERFLIES
Date / Time: Thursday, August 4. 2011, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

LEARN HOW TO DRAW AND PAINT CARS AND WHEELS
Date / Time: Thursday, August 11. 2011, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

DRAWING & PAINTING
4 WEEK WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN (Gr. 1 – 12) given by a professional artist
Date / Time: 4 sessions, Thursdays, July 5, 12, 19 & 26. 2011, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Cost: $ 125 plus tax
Instructor: Munazza Naeem
Telephone: 519-796-5144
Email:workshops@wpfstudio.org

All supplies will be provided. Class size is limited to 10 students. There will be demonstrations with time for questions and answers, as well as, individual instruction.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
HANDMADE GREETING CARDS
Spend the afternoon making a card for someone special. This hands-on workshop will focus on creating one-of-a-kind cards using a range of collage materials such as paper, buttons, glitter, ribbon and paint etc.

PAINTING, MIXED MEDIA AND COLLAGE
Students will create an image with mixed media collage that builds into either a realistic or abstract image. The use of colour and painting techniques are the focus; colour mixing, blending, contrasts and harmonies while learning about the tools associated with tempera, acrylics, watercolor and gouache paints.

MONOPRINTING / MONOTYPES
Monoprinting is a technique whereby a design is drawn onto a flat non-porous surface – a printing plate. Paper is laid on top and after pressing, the image from the plate is transferred onto the paper. Monoprinting, as the name suggests, is when you create on unique print. Students will learn three different methods of monoprinting while focusing on basic drawing and painting techniques. A variety of tools and found materials can be used e.g. leaf, lace, ribbons, and different textural papers etc. Students will learn how to create a good composition and explore a variety of techniques and mediums that allow for creative expression in a fun and supportive atmosphere.

DRAW AND PAINT WITH IMAGINATION
In this four-hour workshop students will learn how to depict their iimagination on to the canvas or paper. This workshop will help young artists to explore their talent and creativity while focusing on their choice of medium.

DRAW AND PAINT FLOWERS AND BUTTERFILES
Students will learn how to paint colourful flowers and butterflies by using different size and shapes of brushes while focusing on colour mixing, blending and collage.

DRAW AND PAINT CARS AND WHEELS
Students will learn how to draw and paint cars and wheels while focusing on basic drawing and painting techniques. A variety of tools will be used e.g. the geometrical shapes. Students will explore a variety of techniques and medium that allow for creative expression in a fun and supportive atmosphere.

DRAWING AND PAINTING
Young artists will develop their artistic skills while having fun discovering their own personal style. Working from still life, photographs, images from art history and/or independent themes and ideas, students will be introduced to specific drawing and painting fundamentals and techniques. These include line drawing, value, shape, pattern, texture, shading, highlighting, colour perspective and collage. While experimenting with an exciting variety of artist’s tools, media and techniques, students will learn to explore and trust their creative instincts.

TEEN ● ADULT ● SENIOR WORKSHOPS
3 SESSION LONG WORKSHOPS

MONOPRINTING
Date/Time: 3 Sessions, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, Aug 9, 10 & 11. 2011
Cost: $145 plus tax
Instructor: Kacie Auffret
Telephone: 519-817-1022
Location: Windsor Printmaker’s Forum
Register by email: workshops@wpfstudio.org
Office Phone: 519-253-9493

Course Description: For both beginners and those that would like to work on improving their own skills. The class will explore mixing painting and printing on a copper or zinc plate. The class will use different techniques and tools to create diverse textures.

Materials: Course cost includes all materials except for paper and drawing implements. Printmaking paper can be purchased by the sheet at Windsor Printmaker`s Forum or students may bring their own. Materials list will be provided at the time of registration.

INTAGLIO / ETCHING
Date/Time: 3 Sessions, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, August 2, 3 & 4. 2011
Cost: $145 plus tax
Instructor: Kacie Auffret
Telephone: 519-817-1022
Register by email: workshops@wpfstudio.org
Office Phone: 519-253-9493

Course Description: For both beginners and those that would like to work on improving their own skills. We will be working on copper or zinc plates. The class will use many different techniques such as drypoint, hardground, softground, and aquatint on one plate. Examples of others works will be provided, demonstrations and individual instructions will be given. Class size limited to ten students.

Materials: Course cost includes all materials except for paper and drawing implements. Printmaking paper can be purchased by the sheet at Windsor Printmaker`s Forum or students may bring their own. Materials list will be provided at the time of registration.

ONE DAY SUMMER WORKSHOPS

Instructor: Munazzza Naeem
Telephone: 519-796-5144
Location: Windsor Printmaker`s Forum
Register by email: workshops@wpfstudio.org
Office Phone: 519-253-9493
Cost: $55 plus tax

Materials: Course cost includes all materials except for paper and drawing implements. Printmaking paper can be purchased by the sheet at Windsor Printmaker`s Forum or students may bring their own. Materials list will be provided at the time of registration. Class is limited to eight students

MONOPRINTING
Date/Time: 1 Session, Tuesday mornings 10:30 am to 2:30 pm, Aug. 2, 2011

Course Description: Monoprinting is a printing technique whereby a design is drawn onto a flat non-porous surface, also referred to as a printing plate. Paper is laid on top and after pressing, the image from the plate is transferred onto the paper. Monoprinting, as the name suggests, is when you create on unique print (rather than having a plate or a screen with an image which can be reproduced again and again).There are a number of different ways to make a monoprint, but in this workshop students will learn three different methods of monoprinting while focusing on basic drawing and painting techniques. Students will learn how to use a variety of tools and found materials e.g. leaf, lace, ribbons, and different textural papers etc. Students will learn how to create a good composition and explore a variety of techniques and mediums.

RELIEF PRINTING
Date/Time: 1 Session, Tuesday, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm, Aug. 9, 2011

Course Description: Relief printing is the oldest form of printmaking. In this course students will learn lino cut. Linoleum has a similar effect to those of woodcut, but with a thick, sluggish feel. A drawing is made on Linoleum. The artist cuts away the undrawn areas, leaving image areas raised. Printing ink is applied to the raised surface and a sheet of paper is laid on the block to take an impression by hand or a press. Students will learn how to print in single and multiple colors. In this class students will learn fundamental to intermediate level. No previous printmaking experience is necessary. There will be demonstrations as well as, individualized instruction.

LITHOGRPAHY
Date/Time: 1 Session, Tuesday, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm, Aug. 16, 2011

Course Description: Lithography is the most direct form of printmaking. The immediacy of the artist`s hand is kept throughout the process. One can achieve a broad range of effects, from fine line drawing to transparent washes or deep rich areas of color. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced printmaker, this course will present the unique properties of lithography. The course covers the basic techniques of hand-drawn stone and printing in black-and-white. There will be demonstrations as well as, individualized instruction.

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