Starts: Saturday, March 7th
12 – 5 PM
Instructor: Ron Siu
Monotype is a painterly printing process where the artist hand paints their plate to produce unique and spontaneous one-off prints. In this workshop participants will be introduced to basic methods and different applications they can use to approach making these experimental prints. This workshop is an easy introduction to printmaking for people interested in print (especially anybody with any experience in painting) but intimidated by the long technical steps often involved in traditional printing processes. All materials provided.
Ron Siu is an artist and recent graduate from OCAD University. Working in painting, printmaking and mixed-media approaches, Siu’s work has been in exhibitions across Canada and in Glasgow, Scotland. Most recently, he was one of the selected artists to participate in Centre3’s Emerging Artist Resident
IMPORTANT: Fees must be paid in full upon registration. Centre reserves the right to cancel courses 2 business days before the start date. Courses cancelled by Centre will be refunded in full. Participants who withdraw 10 or more business days prior to first class will be issued a credit for the full amount of their registration. We are unable to provide refund/credit for withdrawal fewer than 10 business days prior to first class. No make-up classes/substitutions provided.
Many of our workshops and courses make use of upper & lower levels of the facility and may involve small amounts of physical labour depending on the processes involved. For those who have any physical or mobility concerns please contact us with any questions you may have so that we can best answer your questions accommodate any special needs. email@example.com | (905) 524-5084
ACCESSIBILITY: Centre is partially physically accessible. We have a level entrance leading to our shop, information desk, galleries, washroom and traditional print studio. Unfortunately, we do not have automatic doors or an elevator. Our silkscreen studios and digital lab are only accessible by stairs. We are working toward becoming a physically accessible space in the future.