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    Screen Printing Workshop: Hand Drawn Stencil Prints

    Tuesday, June 14th @ 5-8pm Registration Fee | $40 ($36 for Studio ACCESS members) Age: 13+ Click Here To Register.   Join Milwaukee artist Shannon Connor in creating multiple-color hand-drawn silkscreen prints! This process, using drawing fluid and screen filler is an easy and affordable way […]

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    Bring your Group to RedLine

    Bring 15 or more and customize your visit! Public gallery hours are Thursday 10-7 and Friday and Saturdays from 10-3. RedLine Milwaukee is located at 1422 North 4th Street just 4 blocks north of the BMO Harris Bradley Center. There is no admission fee however if […]

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    April Workshops make May Flowers at RedLine Milwaukee!

    Sign up for our spring papermaking workshop and learn how to embed seeds in beautiful Recycled Plantable Paper! April 2nd, 12-3pm. Learn more about this workshop and register at:

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    Winter/Spring 2016 | Workshops & Classes

    Learn how to create something unique in our Saturday Maker Workshops & Tuesday Technique Classes!  Tuesday Technique Classes: Intermediate Screen Printing Techniques: Repeat Patterns and Dye | Tuesday, February 16 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Indigo Shibori Dyeing with Janelle Gramling | Tuesday March 8 @ 5:00 pm – […]

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    Introduction to Screen Printing | Tuesday, January 12, 5-8 pm

    A terrific first venture into the world of printmaking, screenprinting is an incredibly adaptive medium that can be utilized on a variety of substrates including paper, fabric, glass, and more. Beginners are welcome to attend this workshop to learn the basic techniques of screen printing, […]

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    Etching Workshop: An Organic Approach to Spitbite Aquatint | Saturday, August 8, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

    Novice and advanced printmakers alike are invited to join us for an in-depth look at spitbiting, a relatively immediate and painterly form of etching. The workshop will explore nontraditional methods of spitbite aquatint, hardground techniques, and mark-making with inking/printing methods. Experience is not required.

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    Spring Events and Workshops at RedLine Milwaukee

    Click to view a full list, or visit the Calendar section for a more in-depth look at what's coming up!

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    Introduction to Etching | Saturday, January 24, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

    Participants will look at examples of both contemporary and historical etchings, learn hard ground application techniques, experiment with different methods in mark making, and practice the inking/printing process.

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    Introduction to Papermaking | Saturday, December 6

    Registration Fee | $20 Please email or (414) 491-9088 to register for this workshop. Learn the basics of pulp preparation, sheet forming, pressing, and drying in this eco-friendly workshop. No experience is necessary, and all materials are provided. Participants will form their own sheets […]

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    Make Beautiful Books with Simple Stitching Techniques | Saturday, November 8

    Please email or (414) 491-9088 to register for this workshop. Registration Fee | $36 member, $40 non-member Saturday, November 8,  1-4 p.m. Join Max Yela, Head of Special Collections at UW-Milwaukee Libraries, for an introductory foray into the world of book arts. He’ll share […]

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    April 26: Screen Printed Pancake Breakfast!

    Start your Gallery Day Saturday with our annual Screen Printed Pancake Breakfast. Includes all-you-can-eat pancakes with chocolate screen printed designs, milk, coffee, juice, and fruit. Stay and check out the Keith Haring exhibition. Date: Saturday April 26, 2014 Time: 10am-12p.m. Cost: Adult-$10, Child-$5 All proceeds […]

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