Printmaking Ideas with Found Objects
Printmaking can be such a great medium for exploring science, math, culture, and even literacy. In this session, IAS artist-in-residence Amy Traggianese shares some simple printmaking ideas students can do at home using found objects.
This workshop is part of our Basic Printmaking Pack in the Accelerator Professional Membership.
Printmaking Ideas You Can Do Anywhere
There are so many ways to use printing as an artistic medium. But we can often be intimidated by printmaking ideas that use special kinds of paint or tools like brayers and printmaking blocks. This workshop offers simple techniques for exploring printmaking using things students can easily find at home or even outside. The entire series shows you how to use textures, easy tools like crayons, markers, and copy paper, as well as some more advanced techniques if you want to try something new.
In this preview, Amy Traggianese shares some interesting printmaking ideas using cardboard, marker caps, tempera paint, and sponges that students can do at home or in class.
This workshop preview is part of our members-only Accelerator workshops. Each month, we release a stack of videos and worksheets to help educators bring inspiring new techniques into their classrooms. Each workshop also provides teachers with a certificate for 1 PD hour.
To download the printmaking resource that accompanies this workshop, become a member.