Adult Studio: Explorations in Monoprinting
September 24th & 25th; Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5pm
This two-day workshop will be an exploration of three different printmaking techniques by hand known as Intaglio, Collagraph, and Monotype. Teaching artist, Lucinda Shelton, will demonstrate these processes while giving students the opportunity to play and experiment with materials and their creative freedom as they learn. These techniques are well suited for beginners with little to no artistic knowledge.
Lucinda earned a Bachelor of Arts Studio Art Degree from UNCW and a Bachelor of Science Art Education K-12 from ASU. She has taught Visual Art for many years in all levels K-12 as well as working with adults in various studio settings. Although she likes working in all media, she is currently working in the Printmaking media combining various techniques to create unique Monoprints inspired by Intelligent Design.
- This Adult Studio class is held indoors in the Museum’s John & Robyn Horn Education Center.
- Space is limited to small groups of students.
- Students follow the Museum’s temporary COVID-19 safety precautions; click here for more information.
The Museum's studio program for adults offers a core curriculum in drawing, painting, printmaking, and three-dimensional media, and also explores the intersections between them. Local and visiting artists help students of all levels and abilities develop skills in media that reflect techniques and themes featured in the Museum’s Collection and special exhibitions. Classes meet for 3–12 weeks, and are designed for anyone interested in exploring specific media in depth; daylong workshops introduce new media or processes. To add your name to our Adult Studio mailing list, click here or call 828.253.3227 x133.