Have a great weekend learning how to make Mokuhanga at the Studio of Impress Printmakers in Brisbane. Learn basic mokuhanga techniques to produce your own woodblock print from your original design. Use the amazing traditional Japanese printing technique to produce your own multi-colour, multi-block print.
Venue: Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery, Kedron subARTStation formerly Kedron Tram Substation No 8, 134 Kedron Park Road, Wooloowin 4130, QLD
Time: 10am - 4pm
Dates: July 15th & 16th, 2017
Duration: 2 Day workshop
Cost: $To be confirmed
To Enrol - Impress Enrolment Form
In a two-day period students are briefly introduced to the history and concepts of Mokuhanga and taught the three main processes in mokuhanga – design, carving and printing. The end aim is to have produced a finished two colour print.
After a brief introduction about mokuhanga, students will begin to develop their design idea and transfer it to the wooden block, ready to be carved. Safe, ergonomic and effective carving techniques are introduced to students who proceed to carve their design until it is ready for the printing stage. Key principles of carving related to mokuhanga printing are covered. The use of different tools are shown. A brief introduction to printing prepares students for the next day.
Carving is finished and printing is introduced, with a focus on overcoming common mistakes for beginners aiming to produce an acceptable quality print. The use and handling of paper, various brushes, pigments, baren and other equipment is taught. Depending on the speed of work revisiting all three stages students are taught to correct common faults and produce several finished prints.
The two days may be split over two weekends – this allows students to complete their carving if necessary during the week. Otherwise it is an intensive two days however there is still opportunity for discussion and individual coaching.
All neccesary materials for making your first print are provided in the course.
Materials provided in the course are:
Students will require their own carving tools. A set of ordinary lino-cutting tools will work, but you will become frsutrated if they are poor quality. If you don't have any carving tools, I have several sets available to use and also can supply a reasonable quality and priced set.
On the first day students should bring:
- pencil (3H or similar), ruler, paper, set of carving tools if you have them.
On the second day you will need:
These items will be explained on the first day.
Study with Terry to study and learn, getting one-to-one tuition, access to professional eqipment and the resources of a professional mokuhanga artist and teacher.
Suitable for beginners through to professional artists, you will be able to produce your own work with assistance and guidance from Terry in all aspects of mokuhanga.
A variety of accomodation is available in Ocean Grove or nearby, from camping, camp ground cabins, bed and breakfast, Air B&B, through to holiday home rental.
There is no smoking allowed in the studio.
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Tea and coffee provided
Ocean Grove is a seaside holiday town located on the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula. With full amenities, it is also just 1 1/2 hours to the centre of Melbourne. The studio is only a short walk to the beach, shops, supermarket, restaurants, bars and cafes.
There are several convenient ways for you to pay, including Credit Card through PAY PAL, Direct Bank Transfer and Cheque..
(If the course you wish to attend is being managed by another organisation, please contact them directly on the link provided in the article above.)
Step 1. Fill out the form to the right, and indicate your preferred method to pay. We will check that a place is still available on the course you have chosen and then send you the details and payment method.
Step2. Proceed to pay using the details we have sent you. Please note that we are not able hold a place indefinitely, courses are filled on a first come first served basis, so prompt payment will secure your place.
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Upon receipt of notification of payment from Pay Pal, we will issue a receipt to your nominated contact.
Pay by cheque made out to:
Australian Mokuhanga School
And posted to:
2 / 1167 Geelong Road, Mt Clear, Ballarat, VIC, 3350
You will be notified when your cheque is cleared.
|Pay in person, by cash if you are able to before the course begins. Available only in Ballarat or by meeting prior to course commencement.|
We offer a range of courses to suit individual schedules.
Learn the basic principles to design carve and print your own multi colour, multi block woodblock print project. Course materials are provided along with helpful notes and information on where to buy materials as you need them. Once you join one of our courses you will be given a log-in to this website where you can participate in the Forum, promote your work on the Gallery and create your own profile.
The aim of these courses is to introduce the technique, providing you with the knowledge and skills to independantly produce your own woodblock prints after completing the course.
Advance your skills you have learned to a higher level. Gain ability to bring your ideas more fully to life in mokuhanga and master the different aspects of producing high quality prints.
Individual tuition is available to integrate your ideas and current practice with mokuhanga techniques
We love teaching children. In Japan children at school learn mokuhanga, much like children here might try lino printing. Whether it is a part of art classes or for cultural / language studies, please feel free to contact us to arrange a workshop. Of course we have a clear Victorian working with children check.