White Line Woodcut Printing

The white line woodcut or “Provincetown print” method was invented in the early 1900’s in Provincetown by a group of artists working to simplify traditional Japanese woodblock printing. White line prints can be simple or elaborate, realistic or abstract. Learn this low-tech method here, then continue printing in your home or studio. This class meets at the Eliot School Annex, 253 Amory St., Jamaica Plain. Limit 8 students

Course Number

AC846

Class Size

8

Age Range

17+

Skill Level

All Levels

Prerequisite

None

Materials

$20 payable in class

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost

SPRING 2019

Section 1S: 3 Wednesdays, Apr 10–24
10am–1pm
Instructor: Amy McGregor Radin
$145. REGISTER 

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