This summer, ArtBuzz Studios brings to you the Summer Printmaking Club, a professional certificate printmaking workshop that will teach you Etching, Woodcut, Dry point and Linocut by Shivangi Ladha.

Learning different forms of Printmaking

During the workshop, you will learn about the technique of Printmaking, master the technique and take home you own handmade print under the guidance of printmaker and artist Shivangi Ladha. Shivangi is an established young artist who has completed her MFA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art, London and whose works are also part of a permanent collection at Victoria & Albert Museum, British Museum, Royal College of Art’s and Print Archives, London and Mead Museum, U.S.A. Needless to say, you’ll be in expert hands!

Through the course of each week, the learning will be hands-on. The participants will learn the technique through demonstration of the process, brainstorming ideas with Shivangi, one-on-one sessions on the image and layout of the plate. Following this, she will look over the drawing and carving of the plate and assist you with getting a final print that you create.

How can you enrol?

You can enroll on either weekly basis or for the entire month (excluding Saturdays and Sundays). The sessions will be held from 11 am to 2 pm. We’ve got you covered for the materials, everything you need will be provided. To enroll for etching, you need to be above 18 years of age. The rest of the sessions are open for anyone who is 12 years and above.

Program details:

  • Week 1 (3rd to 7th June) Etching
  • Week 2 (10th to 14th June) Woodcut
  • Week 3 (17th to 21st June) Dry point
  • Week 4 (24th to 28th June) Linocut
  • Weekly charges: Rs. 4,000
  • Monthly charges: Rs. 15,000
  • Enrollment Fee: Rs. 1,000 at the time of registration

To register, you need to reach out to ArtBuzz with an email on info@artbuzz.in or call/WhatsApp on 9899062929 or 9871355560.

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