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Make+Take: Miniature Drypoints

May 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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Let’s Make+Take!

Wednesday, May 22, 7-9pm

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About this Workshop:

Come scrape into some metal and get a bit inky while making miniature drypoint prints using zinc plates. Drypoint techniques allow you to work directly on your plate with no grounds or acids required. Get ready to experiment and have fun! 

Level: Beginner – no previous experience required

Registration closes May 14, 2024 and includes all materials.

Sample mage by Etai Rogers-Fett


Registration includes all necessary supplies for class. In addition, students may want to consider bringing the following optional materials:

  • Personal apron (we’ll have extras) or wear clothes that can get inky
  • Pencil and paper/sketchbook for working out ideas and taking notes
  • A drawing prepared ahead of time for your plate (roughly 4”x5”)


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 tsukunst.com.



“This class should be offered regularly. It was one of the better classes I have taken at Pyramid Atlantic.”

—Previous workshop participant

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