Learn about Solarplates in our studio on March 30th from 1 - 4 PM ! Solarplates were developed as a nontoxic alternative to traditional etching processes. It is a simple, safer and faster approach than traditional etching and relief printing. This process does not use grounds, acids or solvents. The plates are exposed to UV light and developed with ordinary tap water.
Go ahead and mark your calendars for the 2019 Steamroller Festival for Saturday, April 27th, 2019! Our Steamroller Festival is our largest community event of the year, bringing hundreds of people from all over to the Deep Deuce District of Oklahoma City. This one day festival is rooted in the printing of large-scale woodblocks carved by local Oklahoma artists! We’ll have artist vendors, food trucks and live music throughout the day!
It is sure to be a fun, art-filled day with live music, food, artist vendors and community supporting and exhibiting Oklahoma artists.
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Join us on March 2nd from 1-4 PM for a workshop over suminagashi marbling processes! Suminagashi or “floating ink” is the Japanese process of marbling plain paper with water and ink to transform it into something vibrant and colorful. It originated in Japan as early as the 12th century, and continues to be a fun and easy process that lends spectacular results.
Join Press Member Mycah Higley for a workshop on fast, fun and easy lithography. This workshop can surprisingly carry over to any art classroom setting. Paper lithography is a simple way to make monoprints or to augment etchings, woodcuts and other prints.
Artspace is excited to host its first ever Mentorship Program Summer Project from Monday, June 18th to Saturday, June 23rd for its 2017-2018 Mentorship students! Join us on Saturday, June 23rd from 3-6pm for our free unveiling party in our garden where you can meet the students and volunteer artists, enjoy food and drinks, and view the sculptures for the first time.
Back by popular demand! Join us on Saturday, May 12th from 10am-4pm for an immersive Reduction Screen Printing workshop by local artist and Press member Virginia Sitzes! In this workshop, participants will learn the process of reduction screen printing which is a great technique to learn for those who want to be able to print at home. Cost is $75 per person with all materials and tools provided.
All are welcome to join us on Saturday, April 28th from 10am-6pm for a free printmaking festival in the Deep Deuce district of Oklahoma City! The festival activities include artist demonstrations, live printing, food trucks, live music, kids and family activities, pop up shops, and more. You don't want to miss our biggest event of the year!
Join us on Saturday, February 10th from 10am-4pm for an immersive Experimental Screen Printing workshop by local artist and [Press] member Virginia Sitzes! In this workshop, participants will experiment with materials such as watercolor, paint pens, various types of inks, bleach, and even mascara to create a print.
Join us on Saturday, February 3rd from 1-4pm for a "Monotype as a Medium" workshop by local artist and [Press] member Virginia Sitzes! Participants will learn how to use different ink viscosities to create interesting monotype prints and will leave with several original art pieces.
Join us for a fun & easy workshop led by our current Artist in Residence Danny Joe Rose on Saturday on Saturday, November 4th from 1-4pm! Participants will use stencils and free-form additive and subtractive techniques to create abstract monotype art prints.