22 juni – 29 juni 2019
10:00 – 17:00
Sint Antoniuslaan 24A
2171 EM Sassenheim
Kosten€ 115 plus € 25 materiaalkosten te betalen tijdens de workshop.
17 mei 2019
Workshop Chine colle en Kopie-ets op 22 & 29 juni 2019
2 days Printmaking Workshop with Etching press
lecture + demo + workshop
by Yuriko Miyoshi, Japanese printmaker
Day 1: Saturday 22 June 2019, 10:00-17:00
Drypoint / Chine-collé printing (without Acid)
Day 2: Saturday 29 June 2019, 10:00-17:00
Copy-etching / deep and relief printing (with Acid)
Participants: maximum 8
Fee: € 115 plus € 25 for material cost to pay during the workshop.
Material costs are including Japanese gampi papier for chine collé, plate for drypoint and etching, using materials (acid) to make an etching, tools and mini flyer.
* Please bring your lunch by yourself. Coffee and tea is included in the price.
Registration opened via Volksuniversiteit Teylingen
(Sorry at this moment the website may not show the correct info but you can register from this site.)
This is an introduction workshop, a series for printmaking techniques.
Do not miss this Workshop in Sassenheim, not so far from Leiden.
This is open to everybody, from young people to adult, from non artist to artist.
You can enjoy the experience of simple but unknown special printmaking techniques and Japanese gampi paper.
“Rembrandt used Japanese Gampi paper for a number of his etchings.”
Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669) was born in Leiden, the son of a miller. In 2019 we commemorate that Rembrandt van Rijn died 350 years ago. He is well known as a painter but also famous as printmaker using both drypoint (without acid) and etching (with acid). Do you know that he has used a wooden etching press and often used Japanese papers for his prints? We go back to the golden age thinking about Rembrandt and make our own print works! We learn more about graphic techniques for art works, book, map, advertising, money and you can make your artwork, handmade greeting card or visiting card etc.
* In principle you don’t need to bring anything for this workshop, but think about personal materials for working, such as:
* black felt pen (not water-soluble) & ballpoint pen to draw fine lines and dots
* vinyl gloves for etching and cleaning
* cotton work gloves (thicker) for inking and printing and when using a hot iron
* apron, scissors, cloths (cotton), old newspapers, etc.
You can find the detail info in my site in Dutch and the event page on facebook.