Intaglio is a 500-year-old printmaking technique that includes the processes of etching, drypoint and aquatint used by such artists as Rembrandt, Albrecht Dürer, Mary Cassatt, and Francisco Goya. Participants will focus on developing imagery and creating intaglio prints on paper from zinc and copper plates. Basic methods for plate preparation, inking, and printing will be covered. No prior experience is required.
Includes one 3-hour monitored practice session per week.
The tuition for this class includes a fee of $15 for CAW supplied materials. See list below for materials students should bring to class.
CAW requires proof of vaccination status from all who are eligible to receive it for in-person classes and workshops.
Please click here to upload your vaccination card in advance of the first day of class.
Note: if you have already submitted your vaccination card to CAW, there is no need to do it again.
Students who withdraw 48 hours prior to the first class are eligible for a refund or credit toward another class, less a $25 registration fee.
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Term: Winter 2023
Suggested Ages: 16+
5 sessions: $255.00; Capacity: 8
Roll paper towels Twisted scribe (etching needle) Apron to protect clothing Printmaking paper of your choice