These workshops have an emphasis on learning a new skill in a relaxed and professional printmaking studio.  Leave stresses at home and enjoy a day of creativity. Tea and coffee on arrival while discussing the workshop technique, a tasty lunch and lots of creative discoveries during the workshop.

The maximum of 4 participants allows for individual tuition. I require a minimum of 2 participants to run a workshop. A materials kit is provided as part of the workshop fee, and additional materials can be purchased during a workshop. Morning tea and light lunches (vegetarian options) are included.

I sometimes run workshops away from Agave Print Studio (at organisations in regional Victoria, NSW, SA and Melbourne), these workshops are usually posted on my Instagram @agave_print_studio or FaceBook @ agave print studio accounts. And I will put the links to the workshops on this page as well.

  • Line drawing cyanotypes
     16 March 2024
     10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Cyanotypes can be created using line drawings. This unique technique involves making a film negative by scratching through a layer of ink onto a transparency film or sandblasted glass. The ink is rolled onto the film or glass and dried. Using an etching needle you create your drawing by scratching through the thin layer of (more…)

  • Japanese Bookbinding
     20 April 2024
     10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Explore the versatility of Japanese 4-hole binding technique. A simple and practical bookbinding process you can adapt to various projects; notebooks, journals and artist books. In this workshop participants will make a Japanese book using folded papers, Japanese paper for book covers, and silk thread for stitching the book. Any time left at the end (more…)

  • Relief and Intaglio Printmaking
     2 November 2024 – 3 November 2024
     10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Explore the versatility of printmaking with photopolymer plates. The plates are exposed with UV light either in a contact frame in the sun or in a UV exposure unit. On day-one create an embossing/relief plate which will be printed blind (without ink) and then with transparent ink. On day-two create an intaglio plate using a (more…)


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