The workshop aims to facilitate the development of art projects by using the space’s infrastructure, specially designed for non-toxic graphic techniques. We propose generating a space for collective reflection that includes and enriches the projects of the artists in residence and the community of Zona Imaginaria.
Designed for people working in the visual arts who want to reflect, deepen, and refine their work.
Founded by Keith Howard of the Canadian School for Non-Toxic Printmaking in 1990, non-toxic printmaking is a new, simple, and high quality alternative to traditional printmaking.
NON-TOXIC GRAPHIC WORKSHOPS
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