Lino Intaglio Engraving Workshop
Saturday 9 December | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
SORRY THIS WORKSHOP IS BOOKED OUT – You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waitlist.
A hands-on introduction to linoleum engraving led by printmaker Faith McManus (Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Takoto, Croatian). This specific technique was created by artist Marilynn Webb and involves carving fine lines into linoleum so the image can be inked up using intaglio methods rather than a relief style, to create prints. Faith has updated this process and will use non-toxic Akua ink.
Faith McManus is a printmaker and educator based in Te Tai Tokerau, who regularly holds printmaking workshops. She studied under Marilynn Webb at the Dunedin School of Art and holds a Master of Fine Arts at RMIT University in Melbourne and was an arts lecturer for 24 years.
All materials provided. This workshop is designed for adults, suitable for ages 14 and older.
Thanks for supporting DPAG and participating in this workshop. Events take endless time and resource to run and are happily offered at a significantly subsidised rate for everyone. If you book a ticket but are unable to make it, please let us know as soon as possible so that someone else can take your place and enjoy the experience.
2pm – 4pm Saturday 9 December
and 11am – 1pm Sunday 10 December
$10 – book via: Eventfinda
[image: Marilynn Webb, Cloud Landscape 2, 1973 (detail). Linoleum engraving. Collection of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Purchased 1973 with funds from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery]