with Rie Hasegawa
- Starts Mar 11, 2024Starts Mar 11, 2024
- 300 US dollars$300
- Manhattan Graphics Center, Inc.,
In “Drypoint I,” students will learn the fundamentals of traditional drypoint. Using copper plates, students will learn how to transfer images onto their plates, draw on their plates, register their plates, print their plates, and modify their plates. We will use roulettes, drypoint needles, sandpaper, and other non-acid based materials. Class time will be divided into demonstrations and printing together, with suggested assignments that progress in complexity. This course is ideal for beginning students who have never made prints before, as well as advanced students who wish to expand their printmaking practice. *includes 2, 4 hour sessions of open workshop time Instructor: Rie Hasegawa was born in Tokyo, Japan. She received her B.F.A in architecture design from Musashino Art University in 1993. She worked as a painter for a Stage Company before moving to NYC in 2000. She works in a variety of print media including intaglio, relief print, lithograph and monoprint. Her work in printmaking has been locally and internationally exhibited over twenty years. Rie’s work can be found in the collections of Yale University Art Gallery, New York Public Library, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Harry Ransom Center, among others and various private collections. Rie has also been featured in multiple international newspapers and publications such as Carrier Pigeon Magazine and Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun. Rie currently works as a master printer and workshop technician at EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and has taught various printmaking classes/workshops at New York Academy of Art, MoMA’s education center and Women’s Studio Workshop among others. As a master printer she has collaborated on editions and provided technical assistance to over 70 artists. Artist collaborators include Zarina Hashmi and Alexandra Bell. Members get 10% Use code MEMBER10
STUDENT CLASS CANCELLATION If a student must drop out of a class, 75% of tuition will be refunded as long as MGC is notified 15 days or more prior to the start date of the class. If a student notifies MGC less than 15 days prior, no tuition can be refunded. Membership and materials fee are non-refundable.
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