Register Early – price increases $25 on Jan. 3
Explore ways of introducing TetraPak intaglio into your printmaking practice! Utilizing eco-friendly, recycled materials, TetraPak prints are fast, direct, and very versatile. This workshop will introduce you to the material, and then help you discover creative ways to incorporate these methods into your art making.
What is TetraPak? TetraPak is the brand name of the silver-lined cardboard often used for packaging juice boxes and soup broth. When saved, cleaned, and flattened, printmakers can press into it with ballpoint pens to create “drypoint” type plates, or they can layer on tape and stickers to create collagraph type plates. It can also be easily cut into shapes for stenciling or a variety of creative applications.
All materials included.
Questions? Please email Workshop Coordinator Toni Miraldi at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHRISTOPHER SHORE is an artist printmaker who lives and works in the Greater New York area. He received an MFA from the Pratt Institute (Brooklyn) in 2001 with a concentration in printmaking . His work has been exhibited in numerous group shows throughout Tri-State Area and in venues around the world including the Katonah Museum of Art (NY), the University of Richmond Museum (VA), the Southampton Arts Center (NY), and in the 9th Duoro Biennal Print Exhibition in Portugal. Christopher is currently the Staff Master Printer at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT, where he works as an instructor and collaborative printer, working with internationally renowned artists as well as emerging and established artists.
Image: Chris Shore, Eider, 2021, TetraPak Print, 1 3/4″ x 1 7/8″