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Pronto Plate Lithography

  • Starts Mar 5
  • 370 Canadian dollars
  • Dundarave Print Workshop

Available spots

Service Description

Instructor will provide the pronto plates at cost to students and will have some tools available for students to borrow. Instructor will provide students with a recommended suppliers list and suggested supplies (sharpies, cellulose sponges, litho crayons etc.) upon registration. George Roberts, developed Pronto Plates in 2001 as a new, low cost and nontoxic form of lithography. Far less complicated in process, these plastic plates can be run through a laser printer or drawn with permanent ink or toner and heated to create the “etch”. They are printed using a hand brayer, lithographic ink and wet sponge either by hand, baren or with an intaglio press. Julie will demonstrate its versatility and provide many tips and techniques for students to explore. Julie McIntyre studied at the Banff Centre, Alberta in 1986 and received her BFA from Queen’s University with a major in printmaking in 1987. She has had solo shows in over 20 public galleries in Canada and participated in well over 40 juried exhibitions, including 24 international credits to date. Julie has taught workshops across Canada and is a long-time Artist in Residence with the Vancouver School Board.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

PAYMENT OPTIONS VISA, Master Card, or Debit. WITHDRAWALS With more than two weeks notice, DPW will refund fees minus a $30 administrative fee. With less than two weeks notice, DPW will refund fees minus a $50 administrative fee. CANCELLATIONS Courses may occasionally be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. Should DPW cancel a course, we will issue a full refund or credit.

Contact Details

  • 1640 Johnston Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada


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