2019 08 01 23 bd2e3860 96e4 0137 3fe2 063bd7b5133d

Botanical Monotype with Kay Watanabe


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Description

Join Brisbane-based artist/printmaker Kay Watanabe and create a botanical artwork while learning the monotype printmaking technique.

 No printmaking, drawing, painting experience required. 

Monotype is a type of printmaking, which uses painting, drawing and stencils on a smooth surface. Unlike other printmaking techniques which produce multiple works from a plate, monotype produces a one-off, unique print, thus called mono-type. The images can be created spontaneously or based on a prepared drawing. 

In this workshop, in which Kay teaches basics of monotype, participants make monotype works of their own designs, using drawing, painting and stencils created from paper and leaves. It is suitable for anyone who wants to try printmaking for the first time and those who wants to learn different ways of making art. Painters and mixed media artists may use this technique as a base of your artworks. No printmaking, drawing, painting experience required. 

This class is for adults, 18 years and over. No printmaking, drawing, painting experience required.

Please wear enclosed shoes and clothes that can be dirtied.

All materials included.
Small class size of max. 8 participants

DISCOUNTS  $5 discount applies for children, students, seniors and concession card holders.  Use code CONCESSION at checkout. You may be asked to provide proof of concession at sign in on the day.

Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.

Hands On Brisbane perks
All participants at Hands On Brisbane get 10% off at The Gardens Club cafe on the day of their workshop. Simply show your ticket at the cafe when ordering. You can show your ticket on paper OR on your phone (a pdf or screen shot is fine). You can also grab an attendee card from the Hands On staff.

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What you will learn
  • Basic techniques of how to create artworks using the monotype techniques
  • Basic idea of what printmaking is
  • How to effectively use colours and shapes to create an attractive artwork.
What you will get
  • Materials to create their monotype works
  • One or more beautiful works of your own

What to bring
  • Enclosed shoes and apron or clothes than can get messy (we are working with ink).
  • Pens to take notes.
  • Bag to carry your work home.
What to wear

Enclosed shoes.

Appropriate for

Ages 18+, see description for details.


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Hands On Brisbane

Vendor since 2015

The Wise Foundation is proud to present Hands On Brisbane.

This programme of craft workshops, demonstrations and Q&A sessions provides a fantastic opportunity for people to learn new skills, showcase local talent and add extra creativity to Brisbane.

Workshops we have had and will continue to facilitate are; Rag Rugs, Block Printing, Screen Printing, Terrariums, Stamp Carving, Fabric Design, Lace, Embroidery, Crochet, Shrinky Dinks, Polymer Clay, Sterling Silver, Paper Flowers, Resin, Origami, Brass Etching, Brooch Making Techniques, Kokedama, Journal Making, Weaving.

These workshops are conducted by some of Brisbane’s finest artisans to give you a hands on approach to learning your new skill. With many classes also providing the materials, all you need to do is turn up and start creating!

About The Wise Foundation

The Wise Foundation believes that all people and communities should have the opportunity to achieve economic independence through business. Our core mission is, ‘To strengthen communities through assisting the creation of innovative economic models.’

It is about ‘Community Supporting Community’ and in addition to generating funds, the Foundation contributes to many other worthwhile causes, with initiatives inspiring and empowering members of the public to organise their own awareness and fundraising projects.

The Foundation runs a number of social enterprise initiatives such as The Gardens Club (www.thegardensclub.com.au), Buffed (www.buffed.org.au), Mulgrave Farmers Markets (www.mulgravefarmersmarkets.com.au) and Hands On Brisbane (www.handsonbrisbane.com)

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellation Policy

As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.

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Terms & Conditions

Enclosed Footwear is required by participants at every workshop. Hands On Brisbane reserves the right to refuse entry to a workshop if the attendee is not wearing suitable attire.

Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.

Participants are required to sign a waiver at the workshop they attend. Participants are to follow instructions, safety precautions and advice when given.

Participants are required to arrive on time.  Our workshops will start on time.  If you are not attending on the day please contact Hands On Brisbane using the contact information in the mail out that is sent a few days before the event.  If you are unable to attend on the day please pass your ticket on to a friend.  As we prepare in advance for the number of attendees we are unable to offer you a refund.

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