Introduction to Etching: Hybrid Course
10572 115 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Feb 11, 2021 - Mar 18, 2021
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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In this six-week introductory hybrid course learn hard ground line etching techniques using copper plates and ferric chloride. Explore extensive mark-making techniques and skills to create full tonal ranges while you work from your own drawings. Create images on copper plates using various tools and materials while working safely and effectively at home, then come to SNAP for your pre-designated time for one-to-one instruction from Artist Daniel Evans. Learn safe studio procedures, etching skills, proper ink application, press operation, printing, and registration. Print and curate your final images and come away with 2 final print projects along with a print exchange with your fellow classmates.
*No experience is necessary, this class is recommended for beginner and intermediate artists. All ability levels are encouraged to register.
February 11 – March 18, 2021 \\ 6 Thursdays
6 pm – 10 pm (*February 11 session is 6 – 9 pm)
Daniel Evans // www.danielemersonevans.com
$345 (all supplies are included)
Only 4 spots available!
SNAP members receive a 10% discount
In-person and Online class held at SNAP
Supply Information: SNAP’s in-person and hybrid courses include all the necessary supplies unless otherwise specified.
About the Artist
Daniel Evans is an interdisciplinary artist working in the expanded field of printmaking. Incorporating rapid prototyping, microelectronics, and virtual reality alongside traditional printmaking and drawing techniques, he employs the languages of folklore, games, and data visualization as forms of speculative world building. Drawing on current research in technology ethics, data violence, and data dignity, his work explores the material impact of digital infrastructures, the intersection of physical and virtual spaces, and the interconnected relationship between the physical and digital self. He completed undergraduate studies at MacEwan University and the Alberta University of the Arts, and holds an MA in Design from the North Wales School of Art and Design and an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta. His work has been included in exhibitions in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Poland, and Finland.
Operating under public health recommendations and restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic this SNAP course will be a hybrid of online demonstrations as well as one-to-one in-person dedicated studio time. This will enable students to receive individualized instruction at SNAP while also enjoying online demonstrations, class discussions, and peer learning.
– Time slots will be available for each student during the allotted course hours and will be scheduled closer to the course start date to keep in line with the most current public health measures.
– Tools and materials will be provided to all students so that image preparation, drawing, and other tasks will be done at home to maximize in-person printshop access for etching and printing.
– Each student will receive approximately 5 hours of individual in-person studio access.
SNAP has implemented a number of health and safety measures to protect all users, please find more information here: SNAP Education H&S Procedures & Cancelation Policy
For further information on SNAP courses and workshops, registration and fees, please contact SNAP.
Apply for assistance with a SNAP Scholarship:
If financial barriers are holding you back from taking this course, we invite you to apply for a scholarship. Learn more about this program.
Cancellation Policy (NEW!):
In light of COVID-19 SNAP has adjusted the Education Cancelation Policy to ensure all individuals will remain at home when feeling unwell, this includes staff, instructors, and students. If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms or are ill you must not come to SNAP, please inform SNAP Staff so we can discuss possible alternatives for your registered program.
If you need to cancel your course registration:
When possible SNAP prefers that individuals give written (email) notice to [email protected] 7 days in advance of the course start date in order to receive a full refund.