Blockprinting workshop with local Crown Point resident, visual artist and print maker Ingrid Mayrhofer.
Using inspiration found along the Pipeline Trail, participants learned how to make their very own blocks to create prints. Block printing is a technique for creating text, images or patterns used widely throughout East Asia that originated in China as a method for printing on textiles and paper. Participants learned this simple technique and created their own custom made designs under the guidance of Crown Point artist Ingrid Mayrhofer.
Where: Indwell Strathearne Suites – 3111 Strathearne Ave (South of Barton)
Time: 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Who: This workshop was suitable for participants over age 12. Children under 12 were accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments and materials were provided.
This was a free event with pre-registration required.
This workshop was the first in series of art workshops in The Art of Creating on the Pipeline Trail hosted by the Pipeline Trail Planning Team and the Red Tree Collective and was made possible through the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Hamilton, and Indwell.