Intro to Linocut: Design and Share Meaning Workshop, School of Visual Philosophy, Sunday, 19. January 2020

On World Religion Day, create a series of linocuts using design elements of ancient and medieval eastern and western spiritual prints. Along with experienced educator Charles Coates, you’ll examine the relationship between composition and symbolism to deliver a message that impacts the viewer, then make linocut prints acting as visual affirmations. This class outlines core aspects of relief printmaking, from designing images using prompts, safe carving techniques, and printing with participant takes home a workshop-theme portfolio of prints, lino cut block and a comprehensive resource guide complete with printable visual prompts and registration templates.
FAQs
 
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
There is no age limit or minimum however, we ask that for children under 18, parents sign a release of liability waiver or take the class with their child for a fun experience!
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Visual Philosophy has a parking lot available to attendees in the rear of the building accessible via Julian St. HWY 280, 87 and Diridon Caltrain station are very close. 
What can I bring into the event?
Attendees are encouraged to bring snacks and lunch as this is held during lunchtime. There is a cafe nearby which has a range of food and drink options as well. You can also bring a camera to take pictures and record the class for review later or posting to social media!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
 The School of Visual Philosophy can be reached via email at info@schoolofvisualphilosophy.com or by calling 408-560-5015.
What's the refund policy?
 By purchasing a course or workshop, you are obligated to provide payment in full prior to the start date. Courses and workshops may be cancelled 5 days in advance with money returned. Course and workshop tuition purchased but not completed in full or by the start of course can not be refunded.

Intro to Linocut: Design and Share Meaning Workshop

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