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NEW YORK, NY 10018


New York City Department of Cultural Affairs | The Scherman Foundation for its generous and continuing support | New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature | The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation | The Charles Locke Art Fund | The Jockey Hollow Foundation |  Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation | Friends and MGC members who have made donations to the Center


Our programs are supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

This class is offered through MGC, but will take place at the studio of Kathy Caraccio. On day one, students will meet at MGC for a tour of the shop. Students will then walk one block to Kathy’s studio for the class. Open Workshop hours offered through the class can be used at MGC only, not Caraccio studio.

In this two day workshop students will create beautiful one of a kind prints. Following in the tradition of Krishna Reddy they will share a relief pallet where the ink has been mixed to three different consistencies aka viscosities. Starting with blank plastic plates, participants will isolate areas by use of stencils, brayers, brush strokes or solvents affects. This colorful approach will open the door to spontaneous techniques, drawing with a brayer and ghost impressions. The production is fast and many original works will be achieved by each participant.


  • Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

    March 11 & 12 (2 days)

    Limited to 6 students

  • Kathy Caraccio is an artist and sole proprietor of K.Caraccio Printing Studio and Gallery. She founded the studio in 1977 to provide Master Printer and platemaking services to many artists such as: Romare Bearden, Louise Nevelson, Emma Amos, Mel Bochner, and Sol LeWitt. She has taught printmaking at NYU, Columbia University, Parsons/New School, Pratt, and currently at the National Academy. Her prints and collages have shown internationally and are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, the Zimmerli Museum, and the Library of Congress.