June 19, 2018 1 min read

Here are some examples of posters created in our printmaking workshop. Mostly, our posters are monoprints created on sheets of acrylic. Sometimes, we’ve had a few experimental kids working with different pieces of foam and creating a collage effect. Have a look at the images below.

This summer (July-August 2018), we are having Open Studio hours in the shop - where kids and even adults can come in and create their own posters. The cost for creating a poster is $60. Why is it so expensive? Let us try to explain.

Firstly, we don't put a limit on the time you will spend in the shop - so it is conceivable, that you can come in and spend 4-5 hours working on your poster. Our listed hours for open studio is 2:00–6:30pm, though we will stay in the studio until 8:00pm. If you work on the poster and need a break to eat or grab a coffee - you can leave your work in the shop for a bit and come back to finish up.

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