Master printmaker Alice Galick is teaching beginners the art of printmaking in her Printmaking 101 class starting on Wednesday October 17th at Cotuit Center for the Arts.
“This class is designed for adults with no experience in printmaking,” says Alice, a teacher of art for over 30 years. “Together we’ll explore monotype, monoprint, and stencils and students will be able to create their own beautiful and unique images.”
Classes run every Wednesday, 10am to 12pm from October 17th to November 7th and are limited to ten participants. The cost is $140 for non-members and $119 for members of the Center. Non-members can combine the class and an annual membership at Cotuit Center for the Arts for $179, allowing them to instantly discount their class price by 15% while enjoying all the other benefits of membership.
Alice Galick is a native of North Carolina and a long time resident in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Alice graduated from the University of North Carolina and received an MA from Hartford Art School. Two assistantships in printmaking at Penland and many workshops with noted artists from around the US have added depth and knowledge to her printmaking and painting. She has studied with Florence Putterman, Jim Cambronne, Florence Hatcher, Ken Kerslake, Catherine Kernan, Thomas Wojak, Dan Welden, and Ron Pokrasso.
Alice has received awards and exhibited extensively in galleries, museums, and juried shows throughout New England. Her work is included in public and private collections around the US and Europe.
More information on this class and other educational experiences may be found at artsonthecape.org or by calling 508-428-0669.
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What: Adults learn printmaking with master printmaker Alice Galick at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Where: Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Route 28, Cotuit, MA 02635
When: Wednesdays, 10am to 12pm from October 17th to November 7th
Admission: $140 for non-members and $119 for members