Instructor: Dan Welden
Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm | June 13 – June 17
Solarplate Etching is an exciting, spontaneous, simple method of making impressions with alternative and safer practices. The method utilizes UV light (the sun) and ordinary tap water instead of traditional grounds and acids, and uses a light-sensitized polymer printing plate. Artists may draw, paint, photograph or do digital manipulations on film, glass or mylar, or paint directly on the Solarplate. We will produce several 8×10 inch images, and may have the option to work larger during this enthusiastic workshop. The Solarplates can be used to produce multiple impressions or can be utilized for monoprinting.
Prerequisite: some printmaking experience recommended, but not required
About Dan: Dan Welden, master printmaker and painter, has had more than 80 international solo exhibitions. He has collaborated with and /or printed for many prominent artists including Willem de Kooning, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, and Kurt Vonnegut. Welden is responsible for the discovery and development of the Solarplate process and is co-author with Pauline Muir of Printmaking in the Sun.
– $795 full tuition
– $715 Early Bird Deal (register before April 10)
– $715 alumni, seniors & educators
– $975 for 1.5 credits*
Rolling Admission- just $250 deposit due at time of registration.
– $500 single occupancy | $450 Early Bird* (5 night stay); $50 additional nights
– $375 double occupancy | $335 Early Bird*(5 night stay); $25 additional nights
*Early Bird Housing Discount: receive 10% off the typical 5 night stay if booked by April 10! Just $75 deposit due at time of booking. Discount will be applied after booking. Contact us with questions.
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Internal, full-time Montserrat students, please register via campus cafe.
For questions, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 978.921.4242 x 1202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org