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Instructor: Jazmine Catasus
Saturday, August 3 through Sunday, August 11
Friday-Saturday, 2-weekend workshop, 10am-4pm
Class size 5-8, Intermediate Levels
$450 members, $500 non-members

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In this workshop participants will learn the basic principles of Western paper making and how it can be incorporated into their own printmaking practice. This workshop offers an introduction to the paper making process which includes making pulp and how to make individual sheets of paper. Students will then learn various techniques to make these papers unique to the artist such as pigmenting, pulp painting and stenciling. Once these handmade papers are dried, they can be used for printmaking techniques such as etching, monotypes and collagraphs.

The exact dates are:

August 3 – 4

August 10 – 11

*there is a week break in between because of the intense drying time associated with papermaking.


JAZMINE CATASUS is an artist and educator, holds a BA from CUNY-Hunter College with a concentration in Printmaking. Following her education, she was trained in papermaking at Pace Paper and Dieu Donné Papermill. While at Pace Paper, she worked on projects for artists such as Jane Hammond, Will Cotton, and Donald Baechler. She participated in printmaking and papermaking workshops at the Noguchi Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Brooklyn Museum and the Harlem Studio Museum.

She currently works and resides in Brooklyn where she is now the Studio Coordinator EFA-Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and teaches papermaking workshops at Dieu Donné. Her work has been exhibited nationally including Blackburn 20|20 in New York City, Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and The Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, OH.

Image: Jazmine Catasus, Seams, 40″ x 30″, Collagraph, dry pigment and pulp paint

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Participants should bring simple drawings that they would like to make into stencils.
Participants can also bring previously etched plates or other plates (collagraph or relief) if they have them.
Participants should have some printmaking experience.