Stamp Making

Ended - Monday 8 July 2013

Salama Nasib

Capacity:

15 Students

Location:

Tashkeel Nad Al Sheba

Fees:

Tashkeel Members: 200 DHS
Non-members: 200 DHS

Registration Deadline:

8 July 2013

Participants will be introduced to stamp making through lino cut. Lino cut, also called linoleum cut, is a process in printmaking in which artists make their own designs through carving a block of linoleum.

Many different lines and textures can be created in this process, and what makes it more interesting is the fact that designs can be printed and stamped on various surfaces including wood, fabrics, papers and glass.

More information about the workshop's sessions is available upon request.

Note: Workshop fees are non refundable.

Materials

Tashkeel will supply basic materials required for workshop exercises. Participants must purchase any additional materials used.

Disclaimer

While every care will be taken to ensure that this workshop is conducted in a safe manner and environment, Tashkeel cannot be held responsible for any accidents or injuries that may be caused as a result of participation in this workshop.

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