In this free demonstration workshop, Visiting Artist April Vollmer will walk attendees through the process of making contemporary woodcut prints, showing the tools involved and printing copies of a multi-color print.
This event is open to the public, but space is limited to 15 participants. Registration is required at https://vollmerartistworkshop.eventbrite.com.
April Vollmer is a New York artist who focuses on mokuhanga, Japanese woodcut printmaking. She also makes drawings, collages, books, and digital prints. She has lectured widely and her work has been exhibited internationally. Her work has been published in journals including Science, Printmaking Today, and Contemporary Impressions and her book: Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop was released by Watson-Guptill in 2015.
This exhibition and associated programs are generously supported by Shoko Kato Sevart in loving memory of her mother, Taka Kato; Pam Bjork; and Trish Higgins. The Ulrich is grateful for the ongoing support of Salon Circle members who make the Museum’s exhibitions and programs possible through their Salon memberships. We also receive funding for general operational support from the City of Wichita and Wichita State University.