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Multi-Media Approach to Printmaking  

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Six Consecutive Weeks: Tuesdays October 8th – November 12th
6-8 PM
$150; $120 Members + $10 materials fee

 Long-time friends and collaborating artists Thomas Thielemann and Lindsay Barrick return to Hickory Museum of Art to lead their popular six-week printmaking workshop! With an energetic and fun-loving approach, they offer students the opportunity to create and experiment utilizing multiple printmaking techniques. This intensive course, concentrating on mixed media approaches to printmaking, is open to artists of all levels. Beginners quickly become confident, and seasoned printmakers learn new methods. Participants will enjoy engaging demos and extensive, personalized instruction as they quickly move from exploring the basics to creating polished works of art. Techniques and printing press skills will be emphasized in a creative, collaborative atmosphere. 

 Thomas Thielemann, the AFA Visual Arts Director at Caldwell Community College and Technical institute, is an award winning multi-media artist. Thomas’ work combines a variety of disciplines including Printmaking, Graphic Arts, Collage, and Painting. His work is represented by several galleries throughout the southeast and in Washington, DC. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Georgia Southern University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Radford University. 

 Lindsay Barrick is a mixed media artist and two-time Regional Artist Project Grant recipient. Lindsay continues to serve as the facilitator of HMA's long-running open studio program. Working with clients and other artists, Lindsay creates under Minetta Lane Studio.

 Pre-registration and payment required by October 2nd

Earlier Event: October 7