Workshop

Monoprint and Stencil Screen Print Workshop

3 Jun, 10.00AM - 12.15PM & 2.00PM - 4.15PM
23 Jun, 10.00AM - 12.15PM & 2.00PM - 4.15PM

$20/participant
For ages 11 and above (adults welcome)
 
Be acquainted with the basics of the intaglio technique. Participants will engrave their drawings onto acrylic plates before running them through an etching press for the finish.
 

Workshop

Drypoint workshop

9 Jun, 10.00AM - 12.15PM & 2.00PM - 4.15PM

$20/participant
For ages 11 and above (adults welcome)
 
Be acquainted with the basics of the intaglio technique. Participants will engrave their drawings onto acrylic plates before running them through an etching press for the finish.
 

Workshop

Stencil Screen Print Workshop

2 Jun, 10.00AM - 12.15PM & 2.00PM - 4.15PM
24 Jun, 10.00AM - 12.15PM & 2.00PM - 4.15PM

$20/participant
For ages 11 and above (adults welcome)
 
Before the screen print, there was the stencil. Assemble and layer images using ink and foil to create simple, mesmerising designs.
 

Others

STPI at LOPELAB’s Urban Ventures – Vol. 6

20 May, 3.00PM - 6.00PM

STPI will hold monoprint workshops and an etching demonstration at the sixth edition of LOPELAB’s Urban Ventures. Embellish your single-print designs with a variety of tools and stamps, and gain a better understanding of the intaglio technique with STPI Senior Education Outreach Officer Tamae Iwasaki if you haven’t had the chance. LOPELAB’s initiative hopes to reconnect our community to the city with a mash-up of food, musical performances, art activities and social interactions.

Workshop

Cyanotype Workhop

26 May, 2.00PM - 4.15PM

$20/participant
For ages 7 and above (adults welcome)
 

How are photographic images made without a camera? Be exposed to the alternative process of creating photograms using a variety of everyday objects.
 

Workshop

Family Day: Random Life

27 May, 1.00PM – 5.00PM

For ages 5 and above (adults welcome)
 
Looking for something different to do with your family? Indulge in a weekend of arts and craft, and try your hand at creating unique works such as your own wallpaper and papier mâché sculptures, as inspired by Kim Beom’s current body of work. For the young and the young at heart. Regular guided tour of “Random Life” begins at 2.00pm.
 

Screening

Film Screening: John Berger – The Art of Looking

17 May, 7.00PM - 8.00PM

“Art, politics and motorcycles – on the occasion of his 90th birthday, this is an intimate portrait of the late writer and art critic whose groundbreaking work on seeing has shaped our understanding of the concept for over five decades. The film explores how paintings become narratives and stories turn into images, and rarely does anybody demonstrate this as poignantly as Berger… The prelude and starting point is Berger’s mind-boggling experience of restored vision following a successful cataract removal surgery. There, in the cusp of his clouding eyesight, Berger re-discovers the irredeemable wonder of seeing. Realised as a portrait in works and collaborations, this creative documentary takes a different approach to biography, with Berger leading in his favourite role of the storyteller.” – BBC

 

Admission is free.

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Talk

Artist Panel Discussion featuring Kim Beom, Azusa Hashimoto & Eitaro Ogawa

6 May, 3.00PM - 4.00PM

 

From 1994 to the present, Seoul based Korean artist Kim Beom has been exploring a world in which the relationship between the appearance of the “seen” and its true nature is questioned. There is no question that his workshop experience at STPI was an exciting challenge for him.

 

Join our distinguished panel: Eitaro Ogawa (STPI Chief Printer), Azusa Hashimoto (Curator of the National Museum of Art, Osaka) and the artist himself, to examine how he developed his idea in this workshop.

 

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