Drypoint Printmaking Workshop: Inside Out: The Prints of Mary Cassatt

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Drypoint Printmaking Workshop: Inside Out: The Prints of Mary Cassatt

This hands-on, in-person workshop is Inspired by the artist Mary Cassatt's creative experimentation with the printmaking process.

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Colby College Museum of Art 5600 Mayflower Hill Drive Waterville, ME 04901

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This hands-on, in-person workshop is Inspired by the artist Mary Cassatt's creative experimentation with the printmaking process. Participants will spend time looking at her prints in the exhibition, Inside Out: The Prints of Mary Cassatt, and then move to an Art Department studio space. Adriane Herman, Lunder Institute for American Art Residential Fellow, will lead the group in creating plates and printing their drypoint works. Our goal is to create enough prints that the group can do a print exchange with fellow participants.

This workshop is designed for beginners, age 13+, and will have a limited capacity. Pre-registration for the workshop is available here. It is a free workshop, with all materials provided.

Please note that there will be a morning session and an afternoon session of this workshop. The content will be the same in both workshops, so we do ask people to only register for one of the sessions.

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