Holiday Postcard Making Workshop

Printmaking Series

  • Started Dec. 4
  • 55 Canadian dollars
  • Oak Street

Workshop Description

In this playful and creative workshop, you will learn various printmaking techniques like Lino-cut and block printing using a variety of materials. If you are thinking to show your care and love to your friends and family you can join us for this creative and fun workshop to make your unique hand-print postcards for those loved ones. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to transfer your design on the surface of your lino and carve your design into your lino. Then you will be introduced to ways of applying ink on your lino and printing your image on paper. You will learn how to transfer your image from your lino to different types of paper using hand-press methods. Materials and supplies that will be provided for participants to use during the workshop: Ink Mixing containers Plexiglass Carving tools Rubber roller Paper Glove Drawing tools Cleaning supplies About the instructors: Marzieh Mosavarzadeh is a visual artist and art educator who lives and works in Vancouver, BC. Marzieh has been teaching and making art professionally for more than 10 years. She is pursuing her PhD in art education at the University of British Columbia. Marzieh holds her MFA in printmaking and BFA in painting. Elmira Sarreshtehdari is an Iranian artist, instructor, and art researcher based in Canada. She holds an MFA from the University of Calgary. Currently, she is pursuing Art Education as a PhD student at UBC. Elmira works with different materials and mediums such as drawing, painting, installation art, sound, and video performance to create her art. What to wear: Please consider wearing comfortable clothes. Our new regulations for the time of COVID-19: We kindly ask all the workshop participants to wear a mask at all times during this workshop. Thank you very much for your cooperation . As we are practicing physical distancing in the studio during the workshop, we will register only six students for this workshop. Please get your tickets before they are gone! :) Public Transport and Parking: Closest Sky Train - Marine Drive Bus - Served by the number 10, 100, 17 Parking - off street parking close by Please note that the workshop fee is non-refundable, unless fewer than two people register. Looking forward to seeing you! :)

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 8930 Oak St, Vancouver, BC, Canada