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(CANCELLED THIS WEEK) Open Studios – Printmaking (Kennedy Press)

November 26 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

There will be NO SATURDAY OPEN STUDIO this week. Please register for next Saturday December 3 and join us for demonstrations in the Print Studio during our Holiday Pop Up Market on December 9 & 10.  Start a new project or finish something you have started. Don’t let your lack of studio equipment be an obstacle! Waterfall Arts has a well-furnished and staffed printmaking studio for artists of all skill levels to drop in and work independently on their own projects. In addition to providing a workspace and tools, the studios at Waterfall Arts provide a forum for sharing ideas, developing techniques, and experimentation, as well as an opportunity for building community. Artists working in all disciplines are welcome and encouraged to get involved.

Drop-in rates are $20 for a 3-hour session. Maximum 5 artists during Open Studios. Register by calling 207-338-2222 or stop by in-person for a tour!

About the Studio Monitor: AnneMarie Torresen

AnneMarie Torresen is a math educator with a love for making prints, especially monotypes, linocuts, and screenprints. Since graduating from the University of Michigan, she has worked as a printmaking studio assistant, a high school math teacher, and a software developer. She enjoys cooking, composting, and making math engaging for diverse audiences.

 

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Date:
November 26
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
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Venue

Waterfall Arts
256 High Street
Belfast, ME 04915 United States
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Phone:
207-338-2222

Organizer

Waterfall Arts

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Discipline
Printmaking
Skill Level
Good for Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced

Waterfall Arts COVID-19 Update

Following CDC recommendations and guidelines, Waterfall Arts will no longer require masking, proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID test for patrons, students, or visitors to attend classes, openings or any events at the Waterfall Arts building