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Instructor: Rhoda Rosenberg
Monday - Friday
July 22 - 26
9am - 12pm
5 Sessions

Open Studio: Monday - Thursday
12pm - 4pm

Artist’s prints and books work hand in hand. In this class we will use monoprint,  collograph  and  drypoint printmaking techniques with the intention of turning these prints into handmade artists' books. Students will be introduced to sequencing and the narrative using traditional as well as individual book constructions. A visual journal will also be part of this class. No previous printmaking or bookmaking experience required, only imagination and exploration.

Rhoda Rosenberg was born in Philadelphia and attended Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Certificate Painting and Drawing), Temple University (BFA) and School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University (MFA Printmaking). She has exhibited widely in the United States and is in several Museum collections. She has also taught and exhibited at Artists Proof Studio in Johannesburg, South Africa. Rhoda currently teaches at School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA.