Dune Shadow 884px Carousel.jpg Horizontal TabsDescription If you have taken Mokuhanga and want to refine your practice and learn the more complex Japanese printmaking techniques of gradation and textures, this 3-day course is for you! Tuesday, July 30, 2019 to Thursday, August 1, 2019 Registration Fee: $350 (includes $60 materials fee) *K-12 Educators: Earn 18 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. Register Here The Japanese method of multicolor woodblock printing, using brushes and watercolors and hand pressure, is both simple and complex. In this 3-day course, we will focus on using a kento ban (floating kento); learning and practicing tsubushi (uniform printing), bokashi (gradation), and gomazuri (texture). A good deal of time will be spent on each technique, to ensure that participants will leave with new skills they can apply to projects after the class has ended. This course is for those who have already taken a basic mokuhanga class, either from Linda or another instructor. Please bring your own wood blocks, carving tools and baren. Faculty Linda Beeman Instructor of Visual Arts, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies The supply fee of $60 (included in your registration) covers: Japanese washi and proofing paper Use of instructors inks, kento ban, brushes and other supplies Please bring: A design (8x10” or smaller) that you would like to do. It can incorporate all the techniques, but try to keep it simple! Six 8”x10” shina woodblocks - http://www.imcclains.com/catalog/blocks/allshina.html. (We will use 2 of them to practice on). Bring your own carving tools and baren. Put your name or identifying mark on all of your tools!