Printmaker / Performance artists and community organizers from Oklahoma Eric Piper and Danny Gonzalez touring with Non Grata will be at Third Space to teach a woodblock printing workshop.
Learn this timeless medium from inspiring artists who are making it happen! They’ll be teaching experimental printing techniques to give you the tools needed to avoid having to rely on expensive equipment.
4-HOUR WOODBLOCK WORKSHOP 12pm – 4pm
• Wood carving tools
• 6” x 6” x 3/4” blocks of MDF (at least 1 per participant)
• Ink (300Ml per 10 participants) *Gamblin oil-based relief ink OR Akua water-based intaglio
***If you don’t have the means to acquire these tools we may be able to provide. Please email email@example.com
Meet and Great, Introductions, Breakdown of Itinerary
Examples of work shown, Examples of mark making demonstrated
Tools and blocks passed out / cutting begins
Wrap up cutting
Inking and printing demo
Inking and printing
End of workshop
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Eric Piper is a printmaker, performance artist, and creative director living in Norman, Oklahoma. After residencies in Northern Europe and national art tours in 2013, Eric founded an experimental DIY gallery/theatre in central Oklahoma called Dope Chapel.
Piper’s work pulls imagery from a globalized subconscious linking themes of identity, value, and finding your place is a foreign environment. Piper earned his BFA in printmaking/sculpture from the University of Oklahoma. He has shown and performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe, including the La Friche de Belle Mai of Marsielles and La Gare Experimenta of Paris. Piper was awarded Momentum Spotlight Artist in 2015 and has curated and organized over a hundred shows with a huge variety
of international artists since opening Dope Chapel in 2014. In addition to hosting monthly workshops with free admission for passionate at risk youth and the financially disadvantaged at Dope Chapel, Piper has given lectures and workshops at Lamar University, Cameron University, and is set to speak in Spain at University of the Basque Country in the coming months.