Japanese Woodblock Printing

 

Japanese woodblock is a technique rich in tradition dating back to the 17th century. Ukiyo-e means “pictures of a floating world” because these prints depict all parts of daily life. Carve wood blocks and ink them with watercolors and nori paste for painterly gradations of color. Create two- and three-color prints on a variety of Japanese papers. Limit 8 students

Course Number

AC902

Class Size

8

Age Range

Skill Level

All Levels

Prerequisite

None

Materials

$30 payable in class

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost

WINTER 2019

 

Section 1: 4 Mondays, 1–4pm

1W: Jan 28–Feb 18 (snow day make-up Feb 25) 

Instructor: Lisa Houck

$265. REGISTER