Block Printing Workshop with French General Craft Workshops of Los Angeles
Saturday, November 14th, 1-4pm at the Ag Museum

Just in time to create thoughtful, original holiday gifts, the Museum of Ventura County presents a workshop taught by Los Angeles craft-house and fabric maker French General. Students will learn "linocut", a printmaking technique using rubber relief surfaces. Students will be taught how to carve the printing blocks and be guided through the process of transferring their designs onto paper or fabric. Create wrapping paper, a set of napkins and a tote bag.

The class costs $40 per person, and $35 for Museum members. All materials will be supplied including blocks, ink, cutters, brayers, paper, cloth for napkins and tote bags. Students will be able to purchase additional materials to print on, including: linen yardage, aprons and napkins. To register, please call (805) 653-0323 x 315. Class limited to 30 students.

The Ag Museum is located at 926 Railroad Avenue in Santa Paula. Regular museum hours are from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday – Sunday.