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.
Learn how to create delicious holiday treats for your friends and family. During this class we will learn to make two different flavored truffles and homemade caramel brittle. Led by our favorite resident chef, Emma Difani. This will be a sweet class that you can put in your bag of tricks!
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 us on Saturday, March 16th for an all-day workshop, 10 AM - 4PM with Press Member, Virginia Sitzes! In this workshop, participants will learn a process called "waterless lithography." Similar to traditional stone lithography, participants will draw onto an aluminum plate, rather than a stone, using water-based materials. Stone lithography is a time-intensive process that takes multiple days, however during this workshop participants will learn a quicker version of this type of printing, while also creating an original edition of their very own art!
Join us on March 23rd for a wood block workshop taught by Artspace’s Education Director, Alexa Goetzinger! This workshop kicks off our Steamroller Festival open studio Saturdays. With this discounted rate of $40 you will learn the art of woodblock printing while carving and printing your own small wood block in a manageable three hours! If you can complete this workshop, there’s no doubt you can do the Steamroller Festival too! All supplies will be provided - just come with a drawn image (or one in mind) that you’d want to print with your block!
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.
Spring is here, and so is papermaking in the garden! Join us and Press Member, Emma Difani on Saturday, April 13th for a papermaking workshop, learning this unique and delicate craft.. Come learn about the process of breaking down recycled materials and reconstructing them into different types of paper for a range of art processes. This workshop over this delicate and unique craft is one you won’t want to miss!
Press member Virginia Sitzes is well-versed in the art of screen printing and makes all kinds of cool clothes with her unique designs! Learn the basics from creating your own design to burning a screen to produce t-shirts in the Artspace studio. Please bring your own t-shirts to print on, Artspace will provide paper for printing in addition to all of your other supplies such as ink and screens.
Reintroducing our popular Taste of Art program right in time for the holidays! Join us in the studio and learn to create festive savory appetizers for your entertaining needs. These savory treats have been carefully curated by our favorite resident Chef Emma Difani. She will teach you how to make perfect bite-size snacks that will impress any guest. This is a class you won’t want to miss!
Join us on Saturday, November 17th, from 1-4 PM for a holiday card making workshop! Carve your own woodblock image for the front of your set of cards while learning the art of the letterpress as you print a festive message on the inside. Come and get in the holiday spirit with us at Artspace at Untitled as we celebrate the season of giving and cherishing those we love! This class is open to all ages and all skill levels.
Join us on Saturday, November 3rd, from 1-4 PM for a silk scarf marbling workshop with Adrienne Day! Produce patterns like smooth marble or other kinds of stone on wearable scarves. Participants will have the opportunity to produce two pieces: a small square scarf and a longer rectangular scarf.
Join us on Saturday, October 20th, from 1-4 PM, and learn all about experimental monoprinting with PRESS member Mycah Higley! Come and learn the process of jelly plate and collagraph printing and how to experiment with these methods to create multi-layered colorful images with water-soluble ink.
Join us on on Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th from 10am - 5pm, each day, for a two-day workshop with our exhibiting Santa Fe artist Janet O'Neal! Participants will learn the basics of working with the resins, safety precautions, and how to make their own molds from which they can create and cast resin forms. Everyone will create and take their own resin-coated painting and teardrop similar to those in O’Neal’s current exhibition!
On September 22, 2018, PRESS member Virginia Sitzes will be hosting at watercolor screen printing workshop in our studio. During this half-day workshop participants will create multicolored images by putting a twist on traditional printmaking methods! Students will substitute printmaking ink for watercolor palettes mixed with transparent base. By pushing the watercolor through a stencil, colors will combine, creating a range of tones and hues. For 14 yrs & Up.
Artspace is teaming up with the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Saturday, September 15th, from 1-4 PM to host an Artist Survival Kit Workshop! For $15, come and get your portfolio in top shape with a fresh artist statement, refined resume, and instructions on how to take quality images of your work. This event is perfect for early emerging artists or anyone looking to freshen up their portfolio. The workshop is led by Kelsey Karber. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us on on Saturday, September 8th from 10am - 5pm for an all-day workshop with our exhibiting Santa-Fe artist Janet O'Neal. This mixed media printmaking workshop will explore the process of combining digital inkjet transfers and traditional printmaking techniques. Everyone will get to take home their own unique print!
The quilting fun continues on Saturday, August 4th from 10:30am to 2:30pm as Beth Furnish presents 'Color Play for Quilters', a brief demo on how different colors work together. Immediately following, Elizabeth Richards will lead the participants in a hands-on activity that will put their color knowledge to work! Cost is $35 per person and all materials are provided for you to make and take home one big stitch project.
Join us on Saturday & Sunday, July 28th-29th from 10am-4pm for a two-day workshop with Austin-based artist Erin Butler! In this workshop participants will learn how to create a sculptural, fine merino wool cowl with surface applications of silks, bamboo top, and non-superwash art yarns. Each participant will get to make and take home one hand-made wool cowl.
Join us on Friday, July 27th from 10am-4pm for an all-day workshop with Austin-based artist Erin Butler! This workshop has been designed to give participants an introduction to both wet felting and needle felting in one fun little package. Each participant will get to make and take home 2 felted bug pins.
Join us on Saturday, June 30th from 10am-4pm for an easy, improvisational Quilt-As-You-Go Workshop by local fiber artist and Artspace former Artist in Residence Sarah Atlee! Each participant will explore simple strip-piecing and quick block construction to make and take home their own decorative table runner.
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.
[Sold Out] Interested in learning the art of woodblock printmaking? Join us on Saturday, March 24th from 1-4pm for a beginner’s relief printing workshop with our Education Director Alexa Healey! This is great class for those interested in this year's Steamroller Printmaking Festival but aren’t sure where to start.
Join us on Saturday, March 10th from 1-4pm for our first workshop by Artist in Residence Emma Difani! Participants will create designs and "etch" them onto milk cartons which will then be pressed onto their choice of rice paper and turned into unique paper lanterns.
Join us on Saturday, February 24th from 1-4pm for a Felted Soap Making Workshop by local artist and educator Adrienne Day! Felted soaps are energizing to use in the bath or shower and so fun to make. Everyone will learn about the best types of soaps and wool to use, the proper wrapping & forming technique, and will leave with 4 custom soaps!
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 on Saturday, January 27th from 1-4pm for a special printmaking workshop for kids! This workshop is designed for students ages 7-14, with parents welcome but not required. Attendees will learn how to make a collagraph print with local artist and printmaker, Annalisa Campbell of Brayer&Brush.
Join us for an Image Transfer Printmaking workshop with local artist Kjelshus Collins on Saturday, January 20th from 10am-4pm. Participants will not only learn how to successfully transfer a toner image and layer intaglio ink, but also leave with a one-of-a-kind 15"x22" print!
The holiday season is upon us! Join us on Saturday, December 16th from 12-4pm for a fun, hands-on workshop taught by local artist Kjelshus Collins and learn how to sculpt Christmas tree ornaments and create your own holiday toys to give as gifts or keep for years to come.
We are excited to bring you our second [HIVE] Lifestyle doTERRA Essential Oil Workshop led by Lyndon Brecheisen! Join us on Saturday, December 9th from 3-5pm to be instructed on the many health benefits of essential oils as well creating a one of a kind Holiday room spray, and a personalized roll-on.
Interested in learning woodblock printmaking? Join us on Saturday, November 18th from 12-4pm for a beginner’s relief printing class led by local artist Kjelshus Collins. Take home your very own art print & get ready for the Steamroller Festival!
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.
Join us on Saturday, October 28th from 1-4pm for a kids’ jewelry making workshop by jewelry maker MJ Henderson Smith. Participants can bring their favorite books or magazines and cut out selections to create their own paper bead necklaces or bracelets!
Join us on Saturday, October 14th from 1-4pm for a fun & easy pattern printing workshop taught by local artist & educator Adrienne Day. Participants will learn how to transfer their drawing onto a block and then create a repeating pattern on paper, fabric or t-shirts!
We are excited to introduce HIVE Lifestyle Workshops with a doTERRA health and beauty workshop led by Lyndon Brescheisen! Participants will learn all about essential oils, how to use them in everyday life, and also create one of a kind spray cleaners and essential oil roll-ons to take home. Great for essential oil veterans & beginners!