Printmaking is an age old form of image-making. In this class students will learn how to design, safely carve and print linoleum block prints. As well as an understanding of the process of printmaking, students will leave with their own “mini-portfolio” of prints. All materials from aprons to zinc white included. Masks, distancing and a chance to connect through visual arts with fellow emerging artists. No experience necessary.

Tuesdays Jan. 11th, 18th, and 25th, 2022 from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

$75 includes materials ($65 for Members)

Ages 8-12

Instructor: Makayla Corrigan

About the Instructor: Makayla Corrigan is an illustrator and instructor in Mount Desert Maine. She has taught a variety of mediums to a large range of age groups and works as a freelance illustrator, primarily working with watercolors, ink, and digital mediums. She loves engaging with students throughout the process of creation and is excited to be a part of the ArtWaves community. Makayla is a graduate of College of the Atlantic. She also attended the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).