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Tuesday Artist Workshop
Puzzle Relief Printmaking
Wednesday, August 28, 2024
6:30–9pm
Family and Community Space
Free. Registration required.
Tuesday Artist Workshop

Overview

Design a multicolor printmaking project using a puzzle block process and using reclaimed and recycled papers.

Students will design a printmaking project using a puzzle block process to create a multicolor image inspired by the Tinworks Art 2024 The Lay of the Land exhibition. Students will learn various techniques to print by hand on reclaimed and recycled papers. 

This workshop is free, but registration is required to allow the instructor proper preparation of materials.

Montana Artist Workshops

Tuesday evenings once a month adults can sign up for workshops to learn specialized art techniques and gain insight into artists’ processes through making and experimenting.

These workshops are free to attend, but space is limited so registration required to allow instructors time to prepare materials. To view project examples and artists’ works please visit the local artist display area in the Family & Community Space.

About the Artist

Christine Martin is a printmaker living in Butte, Montana where she teaches at the Imagine Butte Resource Center and is the Curator of the Clark Chateau Museum. Her work focuses primarily on exploring themes around wildlife and the effects of industrial extraction projects in Montana and the greater American West. She is a former Open Air MT artist in residence, has illustrated several book covers including Iron, Ardent published by Educe Press; Three Seasons of Winter published by Dear Butte and the upcoming Archives of a Fantastic Small History published by Educe Press. She grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she learned an appreciation for industrial landscapes.