Monoprinting is a one-off method of printmaking that favours a playful and spontaneous approach to art-making and this is why Nolan favoured it. A range of materials will be used in this workshop and various monoprinting techniques and methods of presentation will be demonstrated, including how to make a digital collage of your work and exhibit it on social media.
$50 ($45 ACT M&G members); payment by Wednesday 27 January 2016 at Eventbrite: printmakingnolan.eventbrite.com.au. Suitable for ages 16+. Please bring your own drinks, snacks and lunch.
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