Find information here about this excellent learning option for Australian residents serious about learning mokuhanga. Japanese mokuhanga artists can also stay and use a fully equipped mokuhanga studio.
Step through the process of designing, carving and printing a woodblock print using traditional and contemporary techniques of Japanese water-based printmaking.
The residency provides one-to-one tuition and the workshop is equipped with a wide range of professional Japanese printmaking tools and equipment, not available elsewhere in Australia.
The residency also provides the opportunity to view traditional and contemporary prints first hand, access a wide range of information and resources relevant to Mokuhanga and to interact with a professional artist and teacher with international training, experience and exhibition history. The one-to-one tuition also allows the student to gain skills and knowledge, and to access information and resources not normally available in a workshop setting.
Thank you for your patient and competent tuition... I learnt such a lot in the way that I learn best - by doing it with my own hands under the leadership of an experienced tutor. - Gwenyth Wilson-Rudström, 2016
My residency was a wonderful experience.. making new work in the studio with Terry was educative and comprehensive.
It enabled me to adopt a striking number of additional techniques for my future Mokuhanga and I look forward to applying all that I have learnt from Terry, who is a master of the discipline. - Deborah Metz, 2016
Not available elsewhere in Australia, this is a great opportunity for professional print practitioners to gain skills and information without having to negotiate, fund and manage overseas study.