Family Saturdays: Printmaking
The Arts Council of Princeton’s Family Saturdays invite children and caregivers to learn, connect, and grow together through hands-on experiences with art.
Explore the current Taplin Gallery exhibition RETRIEVING THE LIFE AND ART OF JAMES WILSON EDWARDS AND A CIRCLE OF BLACK ARTISTS through drop-in art-making workshops. In viewing, discussing, and creating artwork together, families invest in the arts in personal and meaningful ways.
The October 22 workshop will focus on printmaking. You’ll learn how to engrave your own designs and use them as stamps as you experiment with this simple printmaking technique! You’ll leave with a finished work, perfect as a keepsake or giving a loved one the gift of original art!
Free and open to all. All workshops designed and led by Dr. Ronah Harris.