Relief Printmaking (Ages 9-10)

Explore relief printing, a type of printmaking. The process consists of cutting or etching a surface in such a way that all that remains of the original surface is the design to be inked and printed. In this class we will be cutting into linoleum, an accessible and easy to carve medium, to create our own unique designs. We’ll make multiples of each design and students will walk away with many pieces to share with their friends and family. You’ll also have new knowledge of a timeless printmaking process.

About the Instructor

Courtney Lebow

Hello world! My name is Courtney Lebow, I earned my Bachelor's in Cultural Anthropology as well as my Bachelor's of Fine Arts from SUNY Plattsburgh, in upstate NY, graduated in 2014. I relocated to Richmond, VA in July of 2014, and have been working with vibrant local organizations including The Visual Arts Center and ART 180. I'm quite the chameleon artist and love creating projects in many mediums. Teaching and utilizing my love for the arts as a vehicle for community connection is my ultimate professional goal. I am currently earning my Masters in Art Education from Virginia Commonwealth University, graduating Fall 2018! When I am not creating art, I can be found swing dancing, or playing the blues.

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Relief Printmaking (Ages 9-10)

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Class Details
August 20 - August 249 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Days: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Tuition: $125.00
Member Tuition: $112.50
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Courtney Lebow