Printmaking: Fabric & Paper

An experimental course covering a range of paper and fabric manipulation techniques inspired by traditional printmaking and the textile arts. Techniques may include: etching, collagraph, lino and screen printing as well as the fabric art forms including printing and dyeing techniques.

No experience necessary but returning students will have the opportunity to build upon their knowledge. 

*Please note: Although NSCC will provide some basic equipment for this course, occasionally you will be encouraged to bring some additional items to class. If you are doing additional work to the class activities you will need to bring your own art materials. This will be discussed as a group with your tutor.

*During COVID: Students studying on-site at NSCC will be expected to assist their tutor in a post-course clean down of the room & anything used during this time. Please understand we are putting in strict protocols across the board to ensure the safety of our entire community.

Tutor Lucrezia

Tutor: Lucrezia Maria Brotto

A creative thinker and excellent communicator, Lucrezia received her training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and completed her Masters in Curation and Cultural Leadership at UNSW in Sydney. She has also studied natural dying techniques in India. She possesses a strong artistic and forward-looking sense. For years Lucrezia has dedicated herself to the composition of works of art. The preferred technique for the composition of her works are Printmaking and Etching. However during her studies, she developed a wide range of skills from mosaic to lithography. Furthermore, she has developed a strong knowledge of classical, modern & contemporary art history, and art anatomy. Lucrezia is an Italian artist with 8 years of related work experience and a portfolio of various achievements including exhibitions and academic achievements. Her culture is endowed with a unique dualism that shines through in her works, called by the passion for the classics and the vibrant contemporary art and culture.