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Make+Take: Masked Monoprints, April 2023

April 26, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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Let’s Make+Take!

Wednesday, April 26, 7-9pm

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About this Workshop:

Join us for a fun evening of monoprinting with masks and stencils. A monoprint is a one of a kind print and can be part of a series with repeated imagery. In this workshop you’ll learn basic techniques of additive and reductive monoprinting and combine these with hand cut paper masks. This is a great introduction to printing with a press. You’ll come away with a series of unique prints that share a common motif. 

Level: Beginner – no experience necessary

Registration closes April 18, 2023 and all materials are provided.

Sample image by Etai Rogers-Fett


Registration includes all materials—just come ready to have fun! In addition, you may want to bring the following optional items for class:

  • Personal apron (we’ll have extras of your can wear clothes that can get inky)
  • Notepad/Sketchbook and pencil to sketch and take any notes


Etai Rogers-Fett (he/him) is a printmaker, judaica artist, and arts educator living on Piscataway and Nacotchtank land in the DMV. In his printmaking practice, Etai draws inspiration from Jewish craft traditions of papercutting, manuscript illumination, and calligraphy to create compositions that blend decorative and narrative imagery and explore letterforms as sculptural bodies. Etai plays with the genres of Jewish book arts in order to tell the stories of gender-expansive identities often deliberately obscured from this historical body of work—weaving together archival research, folktales, and speculative imagining to trace vibrant trans and queer Jewish lineages. Etai has recently been part of both Pyramid’s Studio Internship and Keyholder Residency programs. See more of Etai’s work at www.tsukunst.com.

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