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Mixed Media Printmaking Taster Course - Etching and Screen Print Taster Course

Try the mixed-media printmaking technique! This course will introduce participants to the etching, drypoint, and screen printing techniques; participants will learn and experience creating their own intaglio and silkscreen prints. Through this course, beginners will be able to learn the basics of two prominent printmaking techniques and experienced printers will leave with an understanding of how to combine these two printing methods to create one final print.

Students will learn how to:

  • Prepare an image
  • Etch their copper plate
  • Copper plate and silkscreen preparation
  • Mixing inks for screenprint
  • Setting up a printing station
  • Printing their artworks 

At the end of this workshop, participants will complete an edition of 5 A4 etching with two color screen prints to take home.

All materials are included and will be provided by the studio. The studio uses oil based ink & water based ink.

Cost: $1500 HKD per person

Date: Saturday June 3rd

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (with 1 hour lunch break)

Class Size: 4 students - first come first serve basis

Where: L5-24 JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

香港九龍石夾尾白田街30JCCAC L5-24

No prior experiences is required.

Bilingual teaching in English / Cantonese


About the tutors:

David Wong

David Jasper Wong is a Hong Kong based painter, printmaker, master printer for contract printing of the artists and galleries and he received his BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Pepperdine University in USA. His works are held in public, institutional and private collections around the world. He has exhibited his works in solo and group exhibitions in UK (Impact 12) Hong Kong (Impact 11), USA, Spain (Impact 10) , Singapore.

Erika Shiba

Erika Shiba is a Japanese printmaker born and raised in Hong Kong. She received her BFA in 2018 from Parsons School of Design in New York for Illustration and Printmaking and received her MFA in Printmaking at Illinois State University in 2021. Record-keeping, journaling, home(s), cryptology, and memory are at the core of Erika’s research. Her main interest currently is on memory and its delicate nature. She records, questions, and reflects on her own memory and creates ciphers to represent this process using printmaking techniques and graphite drawings. She memorializes intangible moments she remembers from her home(s) and symbolizes them using obscure forms and structures.



Minimum intake

Please note that we have a minimum participant intake in order to run our courses. This course has a minimum intake of 3 people to run. If there are less than 3 participants we may cancel/postpone this course, and we will issue a full refund. Participants will be notified by email if we cancel this course. Please note that refunds take approximately 2 weeks to be processed. We will issue the refund with the same payment method used by the customer.

Student cancellation

Please note we do not offer refunds to student cancellations. We are not responsible for any events/traveling issues students may have that are unrelated to the course. 

If we cancel the course for other reasons

If there is an unavoidable event/issue prohibiting the instructor or the studio to be available that requires us to cancel/postpone the lesson, we will notify students by email by 9:00 pm the day before the class. Full refunds will be issued to all students. Please note that refunds take approximately 2 weeks to be processed. 

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Book class: Saturday June 3rd 10:00 am - 5:00 pm