Educator Workshop: Powerful Prints!
Thursday, June 10, 2021
9:00am – 3:00pm
Cost: $30

CEU credits (0.5) available for an additional $15; payable at workshop check-in.


Using the exhibition Seven Masters: Japanese Woodblock Prints as inspiration, educators will explore the history and process of the ancient art of printmaking. This interactive professional development workshop will include a gallery tour and exhibition discussion as well as a presentation of cross-curricular activities with LRMA Curators. After lunch, educators will step into the studio with Anthony DiFatta, Director of Education at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art, to design and cut their own blocks and produce unique print editions.  Activities will align to state standards and CEU credits will be offered.


In this workshop, Educators will…

  • Learn the history of Japanese Printmaking and understand how the art form was shaped by world events.
  • Hear directly from curators and artists about ideas, techniques and processes.
  • Create prints using a variety of different techniques applicable to students of various ages and skill levels.
  • Leave with cross-curricular lesson plans and digital resources for dynamic hands-on projects for their students.


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