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PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY WORKSHOP


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PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
with TIM PAUSZEK

TUTOR :
 Tim Pauszek
WHEN : Sat + Sun
2 + 3 November 2019
TIME : 10am - 4pm
COST : Members $300
Non-members $360
Non-members Conc. $340


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Unfortunately this class is now full. If you would like to put your name on the waitlist, or express interest in a future class, please email education@megalo.org


This workshop will introduce you to the medium of photolithography - a printmaking technique that uses photosensitive aluminium plates to create lithographs. Tim Pauszek will guide students through the process of creating images (both drawn and photographic), exposing them on the UV exposure unit, processing the plates, and printing a two-colour lithograph on Megalo’s Takach Lithography Press.

This class is designed for beginners as well as those who have dabbled in Lithography before and would like to learn a new technique.

ABOUT THE TUTOR

Tim Pauszek is a Western New York native, born and raised a stone’s throw away from Great Lake Erie in the Rust Belt town of Dunkirk, NY. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Alfred University in chemistry and interdisciplinary art and was employed there as the 2D technician in Drawing, Painting, Photography and Printmaking. He is currently undertaking a masters by research in fine art with a focus on printmaking at UNSW, where he is a part of the collaborative print workshop Cicada Press. He is a printmaker, husband, and has a list of witty endings for artist bios saved in his phone.
 

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PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY - Member
300.00

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PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY - Non Member
360.00

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Earlier Event: October 8
PRINT YOUR OWN TOTE BAG
Later Event: November 9
MONOTYPE WORKSHOP