Mon 6 Jan 2020 to Fri 10 Jan 2020
Four day workshop with Wednesday January 8th as a free day midweek.
Venue: Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Windermere Campus, 70 Windermere Drive, Poike, Tauranga. Classrooms on the ground floor of M Block.
Class Times: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Four workshops to choose from - see more details at bottom of page.
1 Mokulito and Waterless Lithography Workshop with Jeff Sippel
Course Fee $300. Additional materials to be purchased in class. Details closer to time.
Either attend in Tauranga on 6-10 January or alternatively a 4 day class with Jeff Sippel in Wellington on Thur 23- Sun 26 Jan at The Learning Connexion in Lower Hutt.
2 Screen-printing Workshop with Nicol Sanders-O’Shea
Course Fee $250
3 Laser cut wood relief Workshop with Lynette Fisher and Karolina Bemova
Course Fee $250
4 Open studio Workshop with Marci Tackett
Course Fee $250
Course queries to Nicol Sanders-O’Shea on Nicol.Sanders-OShea@toiohomai.ac.nz
or enrolments queries to Diane Harries on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need to arrange your own accommodation, lunches and other meals and travel. Tea and coffee etc will be provided.
Additional course materials if required will be costed separately closer to the time.
These workshops are available to fully paid up PCANZ members. Strictly limited numbers.
Your place on this workshop will be secured by your payment:
Internet banking to be transferred to PCANZ bank account 03 0791 0387378 00
Please include: Particulars: Your Name, Code: SS2020
Cheques (please only if internet banking is not possible): post to The Treasurer, Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand, 81 Mount View Rd, Whanganui 4500.
NO COURSE REFUND AFTER 1ST December, unless a replacement person is available to attend.
PCANZ Summer School Scholarship 2020
Calling all printmakers!
Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand is inviting nominations/applications for the summer school scholarship for an emerging printmaker to attend Summer School in January 2020 in Tauranga.
The award includes attendance at the Summer School, membership of PCANZ for 2020 (valued at $50) and an additional cash amount of $500 which is intended for materials, accommodation and travel to the summer school.
We are interested in printmakers who would develop printmaking skills of their own in order to
inspire others, spread the knowledge of printmaking throughout the community and empower others to explore printmaking and
who are unable to raise the funds to attend the summer school already.
Deadline for submissions 1st October 2019
Summer School Workshop Dates: Mon 6 Jan 2020 to Fri 10 Jan 2020
Venue Toi Ohomai, Tauranga, with Nicol Sanders-O’Shea.
Applicants will be notified by 7th October 2019 to allow time to arrange travel and accommodation.
Applicants must provide the following information
To apply, please fill out the following online Scholarship Application form
Even more tutor details are included in the file available here:
Workshop 1 – Jeff Sippel
Mokulito (moku/wood – lito/lithography) and Waterless Lithography: Mokulito replaces the traditional stone used in lithography with a sheet of plywood. The printed quality is a blend of soft traditional lithographic mark-making and hard-edged woodcut marks. Waterless lithography uses water-repellent silicone coated plates, this process works and looks similar to traditional lithography, but is less expensive, less toxic and more environmentally sound. Both processes are suitable for small editions.
Alternatively a 4 day class with Jeff Sippel in Wellington on Thur 23- Sun 26 Jan at The Learning Connexion in Lower Hutt.
Workshop 2 - Nicol Sanders-O’Shea
Screen-printing for paper, hard surfaces and/or fabric: Learn a range of stencil making techniques for printing multiple layers, registration techniques for printed editions. We will be using eco-friendly inks that are non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
Workshop 3 – Lynette Fisher and Karolina Bemova
Laser cut wood relief: Learn a range of software skills to create laser cut wood relief blocks for printing. Experiment with relief printing processes and techniques for printed editions and one-off prints.
Workshop 4 – Marci Tackett
Open studio: Work independently with tutor support on your own printed project. Screen print, relief and intaglio equipment will be available.