Taught by Christine Garvey
Christine Garvey is an artist, educator, and entrepreneur who divides her time between Austin, New York, and Italy. She received her MFA from Concordia University Montreal, and BFA from Washington University in St Louis. Her works on paper and installations have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions with Galerie Circulaire (Montreal), Sur La Montagne Galerie (Berlin), Jules Maidoff Gallery (Italy), and HERE Art Center (New York). Garvey is the recipient of numerous grants and awards including a 2015 Fulbright Research Grant from the Italian Commission, and most recently a City of Austin Community Initiatives Grant. Since 2015, she has been running a popular drawing program in Italy called Tuscan Drawing Excursions bringing students from Brooklyn each year. Garvey primarily lives in Austin, Texas where she is an Assistant Professor of Practice and the 2D Art Foundations Area Head at the University of Texas in the College of Fine Art. For more info visit: www.christine-garvey.com
This 3-hour course will explore methods of monoprinting, or the the practice of making unique prints. Students will be introduced to basic print techniques that do not require a press and can be easily done at home.
Techniques will include stamping, texture-transfer, photocopy transfer, and stenciling, among others. Students will explore the surprising possibilities of repetition as they learn how to build up their imagery using these basic print strategies.
Beginners welcome, and print swaps encouraged!
Please bring a handful of small black and white photocopies to class with you (approximately 4" x 5") or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of class so we can print for you. We'll also have some images on hand for you to work with.