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Printmaking Workshop: Linocuts (Part 1)

  • LSU Museum of Art 100 Lafayette Street, Third Floor Baton Rouge, LA, 70801 United States (map)
LEFT: Elizabeth Catlett, Phyllis Wheatley (from Black Woman Series), 1947, linocut, 2nd edition, 1989, From the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection. RIGHT: Elizabeth Catlett, In Sojouner Truth I fought for the rights of women as well as Negroes (from the Negro Woman series), 1946–1947, 1989 edition, linocut, From the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection.

LEFT: Elizabeth Catlett, Phyllis Wheatley (from Black Woman Series), 1947, linocut, 2nd edition, 1989, From the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection. RIGHT: Elizabeth Catlett, In Sojouner Truth I fought for the rights of women as well as Negroes (from the Negro Woman series), 1946–1947, 1989 edition, linocut, From the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection.

Experiment with linocut printmaking inspired by the work of Elizabeth Catlett and Hale Woodruff included in “Reflections.” Participants will have the opportunity to either choose from a pre-sketched design or create their own, then transfer the design to linoleum for cutting and printing. The workshop will consist of two 2.5 hour sessions. All skill levels welcome, advance registration required. $35 for members, $45 for nonmembers.

Earlier Event: September 14
MUSE (Group B)
Later Event: September 17
When the Water Rises exhibition closes