In this class, Emilie will teach you how to make your own, individually designed print! You’ll be taken through each step – from designing, calving a linocut stamp and then printing using a beautiful two-colour gradient!
Once you have made your stamp – you can use it on greeting cards, t-shirts, tote bags – whatever your heart desires!
Maybe you will make a print of your puppy, your best friend, or your favourite dessert! Can’t wait to see all the beautiful things you make!
This is a totally beginner class so no experience needed!
What will we cover?
- How to illustrate for printing
- The linocut printmaking process and tools
- How to make prints at home
- The art of using multiple colours in the printing process
In this class you will learn about:
You will walk away with 2 x copies of your print at the end of the workshop as well as your handmade stamp!
- Wheelchair Accessible Venue
- Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- Quiet Spaces
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Emilie (she/her) is an artist and educator based
between Melbourne and Marseille (Fr), working across media with a focus
on community-based practice and education. She graduated from her PhD in
Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2020 and has been an
art resident at Testing Grounds (2020), Making Space (2021) and the
Comic Art Workshop (2021).
Emilie has exhibited her works at FortyFive Downstairs gallery, the
Abbotsford convent, No Vacancy Gallery, Arcade and George Patton
In 2021, Emilie opened Couleur in Collingwood, a printmaking studio focusing on DIY, hand-prints, and experimental printmaking. Since 2023, Couleur Studio
has relocated in South of France. Emilie is also a comic book artist
and her illustration has been published by the Lifted Brow and she
self-published her first graphic novel in 2018 with Tree Paper Comics in
Melbourne. In 2023 she is running Glow Comics Trails festival with
Laneway Learning, celebrating Melbourne’s booming comics scene.
Image: teachers’ own wonderful work
Have a question or accessibility request? Feel free to email Maddy (she/her) at email@example.com.