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Relief Printmaking

at Chicago Printmakers Collaborative - Lincoln Square

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Lincoln Square, North Side
4912 N Western Ave
At W Ainslie St
Chicago, Illinois 60625
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10
Teacher: Matt Bodett

What you'll learn in this printmaking class:

Using hand tools, students will learn to produce linoleum and woodcut prints, printing by hand and with a press. Clear instruction and introductory exercises will guide beginners in learning this medium; students with previous experience will be challenged to develop ideas and engage in more advanced techniques such as multiple-block color and reduction printing. Material list provided two weeks prior to first class.

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Tuition is refundable for group classes, minus a processing fee of $50 for each class dropped, if you notify us at least one week prior to the session start date. Students may opt to receive studio credit in lieu of a refund. Not attending class does not constitute an official withdrawal from courses or cancellation of tuition or fees. If you must drop a class or workshop after the deadline, no credit or refund will be given, except for documented medical reasons with physicians note.

Classes are cancelled when enrollment minimums are not reached. This may occur two to three days before the start date of a course. Classes are very rarely cancelled, but if a cancellation does occur, the student will receive a full refund.

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Chicago Printmakers Collaborative

While the CPC provides continuing education through classes, workshops, exhibitions, tours, visiting artists lectures and demonstrations, it has also participated in exchange collaborations with similar institutions around the world, including projects with printmakers in South Africa, London, India...

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