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Contact us to set up a workshop: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Education Programs are available to everyone
and do not require a Print Studio membership.
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* Registration Policy:
In case of insufficient enrollment, The Print Studio reserves the right to cancel a course or workshop two business days prior to the start date. If you must withdraw form a course or workshop, The Print Studio must be notified three days prior to the start date in order to receive a refund, a $25 administrative fee applies.
Digital Studio Courses & Workshops
The Print Studio offers a wide range of workshops that explore digital software and printing.If you are interested in a workshop that is not currently listed or offered, please email email@example.com.
With enough interest, The Print Studio will happily design a workshop that suits your needs. All workshops are open to both members and non-members; however, members pay reduced rates and depending on the workshop will receive free computer time in the Digital Studio.
DIGITAL LAB WORKSHOP REGISTRATION POLICY
Participants who cancel up to 3 business days prior to workshop date will receive a FULL REFUND. NO REFUNDS will be given for CANCELLATIONS made with less than 3 business days notice.
Workshop Dates & Times occasionally change. Participants will be notified of any schedule changes or cancellations by telephone or email.
Print Studio Members, who have taken any workshop that includes free computer time, must book and use their time in the Digital Lab within one month following the completion of the course. After this time the hours will become forfeit.
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|Learn how to use...
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Dreamweaver
|Learn how to...
- edit or fix photos
- design your own business cards
- design your own greeting cards
- design your own poster
- design your own website
contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Victoria Alstein is a Hamilton based artist who graduated from the studio arts program at McMaster University.
Her work has been displayed throughout Hamilton, Toronto, and more recently, out of province. She focuses on mixed media work combining contemporary printmaking techniques with drawing and painting.
Wesley Bates is a freelance illustrator and wood engraver who lives and works in Clifford Ontario. Bates has illustrated W.O. Mitchell’s The Black Bonspiel of Willie MacCrimmon, Stuart Mclean’s Vinyl Café Stories, Timothy Findley’s From Stone Orchard, and in 1994 The Point of the Graver, a collection of Bates’ work with biographical notes, published by Porcupine’s Quill. Wesley is a member of the Wood Engraver’s Network, The Loving Society of Letter press Printers, The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild and the Ontario Society of Artists.
Juan Bohorquez and Shannon Kennedy from Cynosure Jewellery Kitchener
Cynosure’s designers, have a shared innovative vision and creative concepts.
The artists want to bring their art expression closer to the people, to their environment, and make them, the people, interact more directly with the artwork, in the visual attachment and the actual physical awareness. These aspects are achieved by implementing such factors as weight, movement, and hidden aspects. Precious metals, stones and even unconventional materials bring their balance of beauty and strength to complement the artist’s vision. They each strive to expand the realm of what is normally considered jewelry. This is represented by the evolution of their current work, which is defined by the necessity of exploring new art techniques and forms of art expression.
Mark Byk is a visual artist, printmaker and graphic designer. He has
exhibited work throughout North America, including Santa Monica, New
York and Toronto. His work has also been internationally recognized
and published in art books, newspapers, magazines and websites.
Robert Creighton lives in his studio in Lynden, Ontario. He is a master printer trained in Canada and the United Kingdom. He graduated from Humber College in 1971 with a Diploma in Graphic Arts, McMaster University in 1977 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art and Art History, The Edinburgh College of Art with a Post-Graduate Diploma from the School of Painting and Drawing and the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Education Degree.
He exhibits internationally and is included in public and private collections in Canada, Europe, the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia.
Delio Delgado is a visual artist living in Hamilton,Ontario. He holds a Diploma in interdisciplinary studies from Altos de Chavon the School of Design, and a BFA in painting from The National School of Fine Arts of the Dominican Republic.
Eric Euler is a print/painting based artist who currently lives in downtown Toronto. He graduated from The Ontario College of Art & Design in May 2009 with a BFA in Printmaking. His artwork is a chaotic mosaic of apocalyptic transcendence. He currently works as a custom printer and teacher's assistant at the Ontario College of Art and Design.
Thea has a B.F.A. in New Media from Ryerson University. She has worked with many different mediums, including video, audio and digital photo editing programs. Thea is currently working as a Digital Technician at The Print Studio where her focus has been to use imaging software to create high quality digital prints.
After obtaining a liberal arts and an education degree in Toronto,
Elizabeth studied printmaking at the Ontario College of Art and
Design, graduating with honours. She later taught printmaking at OCAD
for seven years.
Recent exhibitions include Canadian Woodblock Prints, Montreal; The
Washi Summit, Toronto, and WATER WOOD PAPER: Mokuhanga, at the Japan
Foundation Toronto. Her work is represented in a number of private and public collections.
A Graduate of the Ontario College of Art in 1971, Donna has since become one of Ontario's leading artists in painting and printmaking. Her work has been shown in most major citys across Canada including Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. Donna's trademark printmaking work is achieved primarily with her woodcut technique.
Alison is a visual artist currently living in Guelph, Ontario. She holds a Diploma in Interdisciplinary Studies, a BFA in Print Media, and a MFA in Print Media. Her installation and print works have been exhibited in many places around the world. She currently teaches printmaking at the University of Guelph and the Ontario College of Art and Design.
Becky is a well-known Hamilton based artist who graduated from the studio arts program at McMaster University.
Her work has been displayed throughout Hamilton, Toronto, and more recently, out of province. She focuses on woodcut relief and portraiture.
Paula is a Hamilton based printmaker and arts facilitator. She graduated from OCAD University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Printmaking.
Her work has been shown between Hamilton and Toronto. She creates and facilitates art workshops at The Art Gallery of Hamilton, The Juravinski Cancer Centre, and The Print Studio. She is a past recipient of the Hamilton Arts Award for Community Arts - Emerging Artist
Claudette's creativity focuses on her paintings in oils using the glazing method of painting, and realism with various themes such as: flowers and gardens, swimmer as a metaphor for identity and life’s journey, portraiture, and using various transfer art techniques.
Ingrid is a visual artist, curator and community arts practitioner. Her personal and collective projects have employed a wide range of media including printmaking, photography, mural painting, installation, sculpture, and video. During the past 20 years, she has served on numerous individual and organizational grant juries at arts councils, on foundation and municipal advisories, and worked as granting officer at the Ontario Arts Council. Mayrhofer is a member of the programming committee at TPS.
Matt is a Hamilton based printmaker. He is well known for his images of local buildings and landmarks. He graduated from The Ontario
College of Art and Design in 2001, with a diploma in Fine Art, and a focus
in printmaking. From 2002 – 2003, Matt worked out of the printmaking
studio at the Dundas Valley School of Art. In 2005, he began working out
of the Print Studio, and was the recipient of the 2007 Emerging Printmaker
Scholarship awarded by The Print Studio. As the current Print Studio education
coordinator, McInnes creates and facilitates print based workshops with
primary and secondary school students in the Hamilton region.
Todd is a Hamilton resident and has been involved with photography for over 30 years. He has been a past president of the Hamilton Camera Club and is one of the founding members of the Studio 12 Artistic Photographers Collective on James St. N. Todd has assisted The Print Studio with the Digital Lab project and is currently working on several large community related photographic projects. In the studio, Todd enjoys working with people from all walks of life. He tries to capture them in “natural moments of expression”, as this, he believes, portrays every person at their most attractive moment.
Brian holds a B.A. (Fine Art) from the University of Guelph and a P.G.D.D.P. from Edinburgh College of Art. Musson, a practising artist, has shown extensively. He has worked as a Master Printer (New Leaf Editions, Vancouver), and was, prior to moving East, Head of Printmaking at Kwantlen University College, Surrey, B.C. He is currently an adjunct professor in the faculty of Architecture at the University of Waterloo.
Martin is a Hamilton based artist and photographer. He plays an active role in the Hamilton Camera Club. Martin was the lead technical consultant in the installation of the brand new, innovative digital studio at The Print Studio. http://www.teckelworks.com
William Rueter RCA MGDC is a private printer, hand binder, and printmaker living in Dundas. He studied at the City Literary Institute, London, England, and the Ontario College of Art. From 1965 to 1998 he worked as a graphic designer specializing in book design, including employment as Senior Designer at the University of Toronto Press. He established his private press, The Aliquando Press, in 1963, producing more than 100 books and many broadsides to date. Work of the Press has been shown throughout North America, and in Britain, Europe, and Japan and is in public and private collections throughout North America and Europe. He has taught graphic design in Canada, Barbados, and the Philippines, and bookbinding at the Dundas Valley School of Ar. He explores the media of wood engraving and linocut in some of his own books and is challenged by the technique of monoprint. As a printmaker, bookbinder, and graphic designer he has been in group shows in Dundas, Hamilton, and Toronto. He is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art and is a past nominee for the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts.
Chris Graduated from Queen's University in 2008 with a BFA(H). He has exhibited work in both group and solo exhibitions all over Ontario. Chris is the Studio Technician at The Print Studio and involved in the community arts program "Nu Deal" a program that teaches youth to design and screenprint their own merchandise.