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Block Printing


COST: $100 includes GST, PST and all materials

Join us for an introduction into the wonderful world of Block Printing! In this workshop, you'll learn what makes an effective image, how to transfer it to a rubber block, how to carve it safely, and finally how to print onto paper.

Participants will then be printing their image onto their own Moleskine cahier notebook and some greeting cards. And maybe some other fun things!

And now for the fine print ...


Please bring several black & white images that you would like to try to carve and print. At least one should be a fairly simple line-type drawing, but we'll discuss them all (including how to simplify a more complicated one) and you can decide which one you'd like to carve. Maximum size is 4"x5.25"


The workshop is 3 hours, but there's a lot to talk about before we start carving, never mind printing!

Payment is due in advance. We can accept credit card via phone, or e-transfer to, or you can pay in person at the shop. Your spot is not confirmed until full payment is received.


Cancellation policy: Stuff happens. We totally understand that despite your best intentions, you may not be able to attend because life. If you cancel at least 4 days in advance of the workshop, we can give you a full refund. If you cancel within 4 days of the workshop, we will refund 75% of the fee.


Miscellaneous information: Masks of any kind are welcome, but not required. Masks are not provided. People may eat/drink at any time. This event takes place indoors. Due to the size of the space, social distancing will not be available. The workshop is limited to 10 participants. This location is wheelchair accessible. There is a sink for handwashing available on-site. Please bring your own hand sanitizer if you wish. Rapid-testing is not required before attending this event. Vaccinations are not required.


Artist Trading Cards


Do you know about Artist Trading Cards? Whether you do or don't, we hope you'll join us for ATC nights with host Harvey Chometsky.


In short, Artist Trading Cards are self-made unique works or small series, signed and dated on the reverse by the artist/producer, exchanged and collected by the people who participate in this collaborative event. There are only 2 "rules": the cards must be 2.5"x3.5" (the same as modern hockey cards or baseball cards), and they are only to be traded, not sold.

Make them ahead of time, or make them on the spot. We'll bring some blanks and other art supplies.

And this is a family-friendly event!

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