Going gocco BOOKED OUT
Japanese printmaking with Fayroze Lutta
What is a gocco machine I hear you ask? It’s a nifty little Japanese device designed in the 1970s that provides a fun, non-toxic, no-mess way to screen print. The machine uses flash bulbs to transpose images onto photographic mesh, which can be used for versatile screen printing on paper and fabric.
Gocco artist Fayroze Lutta will help you create screens, cards and motifs on paper or fabric, which you can keep and use well after the workshop. Book in and get creative!
Refreshments served throughout the afternoon.
Image courtesy Fayroze Lutta
Saturday 24 May 2014, 1pm
Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1878
Three full working days (Mon–Fri) notice is required to qualify for a refund. All refunds attract an administration charge of 25% of the ticket price(s) with a minimum charge of $5. With subscription tickets there are no refunds for single sessions, unless a session is cancelled. Not negotiable.
Duration 3 hours
Location: Art Gallery Society (members lounge)