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Make+Take: Painterly Reductive Monoprints

September 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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Make+Take: Painterly Reductive Monoprints, September 2024 Registration
$ 45.00
5 available

Let’s Make+Take!

Wednesday, September 18, 7-9pm

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About this Workshop:

Students will learn basic techniques of rolling out ink on an acrylic plate, reductive mark making by removing ink from the surface of the plate, and printing with a press. This is a great introductory workshop to the printshop for painters interested in incorporating printmaking into their practice, or for artists of all levels who enjoy building subtle tonal value.

Level: Beginner – no experience necessary

Registration closes September 10, 2024 and all materials are provided.

Sample images 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) and/or wear clothes that can get inky
  • Note pad or sketchbook to take notes if you like
  • A simple sketch or photo you might like to work with (about 5”x7”)


Etai Rogers-Fett (he/him) is a printmaker, judaica artist, and arts educator living on Piscataway land in Maryland. Etai is an artistic associate in the printshop at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center and teaches printmaking to youth and adults at various art centers in the DMV area. 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 the expressive potential of Hebrew and Yiddish typography. 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. See more of Etai’s work on Instagram at @tsukunst.

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