Spring Break with Intensive One Day Workshops PRINTMAKING
RPSA is a a mandatory vaccination site and all who enter the premises are required to be fully vaccinated and provide proof thereof. This is an in-person-contact class.
Over the School Spring break ,come and explore printmaking and experience the studios at RPSA. Learn how to make monoprints using a press and explore colour. Take home a series of monoprints on Munken paper.
Monoprints are made by working directly onto a suitable surface with slow drying ink and then taking an impression onto paper by rubbing or printing. The monotype is a unique print with only one good impression can be pulled from the polypropylene plate. The images can be created either by painting it on the surface directly or by the reverse process: first covering the plate completely with an even coat of ink and then carefully rubbing this away with the fingers or with a brush to form the image. The image is transferred with the use of an etching press.Lecturer Silver Mackenzie
Duration of Course: 1 lesson totaling 6 hours on Wednesday the 28th September 2022
Class Size: This class is limited to 8 students
Materials to be supplied by RPSA: Plates, Ink, Paper, Solvents, Gloves and Tools
HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Mask wearing is recommended but optional.
Mask wearing is still mandatory in close proximity clustering – as detailed in the exclusions paragraph below.
Certain spaces with shared specialised equipment and shared resources and which also do not allow for any physical distancing would still be mandatory mask wearing for all. These include:
The Printmaking Lab
Any demonstrations/ briefings/ critiques that would have a staff and student cluster (if you can reach out and touch another individual) would be mask mandatory.
A policy of consideration is to be followed with staff and student engagement of the one-to-one sessions /or a class basis if either wishes for masks to be worn.
Respect must be shown for those whose health is compromised.
Though who are unwell with any cold of flu-like symptoms are required to stay at home and not come on campus.
As and when circumstances change, the policy will be reviewed and may change – in either direction – stricter or more relaxed. The current infection numbers continue to drop and remain low.
If you have registered and your payment has been accepted by the site, you have been accepted to the class and will be added to our class register.
The response from the site is your proof of registration and we look forward to seeing you on the first day and time of the class at RPSA.
If no payment is accepted, we regret that the class is full.