A detail of a black-and-white stylized portrait of a Black woman wearing a sunhat and a garment fastened with a safety pin at the neck.

Virtual Adult Workshop: Learning Linocuts

Event Details

Event Date

Thursday, July 29, 6–8 p.m. CT

Event Location

Online via Zoom

Event Registration

Event Description

Linocuts have been a popular printmaking technique since the mid-20th century, and they are easy to make from home with the proper tools and techniques! Over Zoom, learn how to make your own relief linocut inspired by Elizabeth Catlett’s Sharecropper, a print featured in An Expanding Vision: Six Decades of Works on Paper. Carter Community Artist Sarah Ayala joins to teach us how to carve our own design in a block, apply paint, and then create a unique print that you can make over and over again.

Fee includes a special set of supplies chosen by the artist for this workshop. Upon registering, you will receive information about how to pick up your kit from the museum.

Questions? Email or call 817.989.5013.

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