Printmaking workshops at the Wharepuke Print Studio can be arranged for all levels of experience from beginners to professional artists. We also have opportunities for artist residencies and professional development courses tailored to specif needs.
Mark Graver specialises in acrylic resist etching, a safer way to etch metal without using acids or solvents. Workshops and residency opportunities can be arranged by contacting the studio
The studio doesn’t have a calendar of workshops, courses are arranged when people enquire, either individually or as a group.
Times and dates can then be organised to suit. When someone commits to certain dates and fees then, with their permission, the course is opened up to others who’ve shown an interest.
Courses can be arranged between October and April so not during the NZ winter months.
Accommodation is available on site and subject to availability is discounted for those attending workshops
The best way to find out about up-coming courses is to join the gallery mailing list at the Art at Wharepuke web site, it goes out about once a month with info about exhibitions, workshops and opportunities.