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Intro To Printmaking
Instructors: Phil Sanders and Justin Sanz
June 18 - July 9
4 Sessions: Tuesdays, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Class Fee: $290 members / $330 non-members*
*Includes INTRO TO PRINTMAKING SUPPLY KIT and 12 hours of free studio time good for 4 weeks
Intro to Printmaking is your opportunity to learn multiple print processes from RBPMW's very own Director/Master Printer, Phil Sanders, and Workshop Manager, Justin Sanz! This 4 week course will cover a different technique each week, including: Watercolor Monotype, Relief Printing, Dry-point, and Pronto Plate Lithography. It is an ideal class for that person who has always been interested in printmaking but unsure of what process would be best for their work. It is a great refresher from the class you took in college or at a local printshop too. All skill levels are welcome. Click here to download the supply list and be sure you come to class prepared.
Phil Sanders is the Director/Master Printer of the RBPMW. He was formerly a Master Printer for Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE) and studied lithography at the Tamarind Institute. He has collaborated with a wide variety of artists including Jasper Johns, Terry Winters, Elizabeth Murray, Enrique Chagoya, Raymond Pettibon, James Sienna, and Kiki Smith. Sanders has taught at Stanford University, San Francisco State University, and Penland School of Crafts. He has been professionally printing for 16 years at various print workshops across the country and out side the US. Sanders has shown his own work internationally and is in the public collections at: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Yale University Art Gallery, University of New Mexico Fine Art Museums, among others.
Justin Sanz, is an artist and arts educator currently living and working in New York City. He has conducted printmaking workshops through out New York and even as far as the P.A.P. in the Philippines, Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, and The Truro Center for the Arts in Cape Cod. Sanz has also exstensively exhibited his work nationally as well as internationally and has work in many private and public collections including the Spencer Museum of Art, The New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress. He currently works as the Workshop Manager of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.
For a brief printmaking history review and technical demos, visit Ten-Minute Talk: Phil Sanders on Printmaking, created by Print Studio, an educational program of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
To register, please contact RBPMW at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646.416.6226.