|About the Island Center|
|Summer Programs 2017|
|Diffused by Light; Rooted in Earth - Plein Air Printmaking with Catherine Kernan|
|"Sketch into Paint" Workshop in Greece with Emily Passman|
|The Island of Skopelos|
|Accommodations & Travel|
|Faculty & Facilities|
|Enrollment and Costs|
Tuition: Early Bird Discount: $2795 until November 14 2016
*This workshop has a $50 Materials Fee in addition to Program Tuition. The materials provided include intaglio inks and basic printmaking supplies: magnesium carbonate, palette knives, cleaning supplies, tape, rulers, scissors, cutting knives, hand printing tools, rags, sponges, newsprint, wiping fabric, a selection of inking tools, PVA glue, etc.
Traditional printmaking paper will be available for sale at $3.50 / sheet, as will roll Kitakata that can be cut to size and purchased. Plastic printing plates will be available for a modest fee, as will some Shina wood blocks for woodcut.
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To enroll in this program:
Please contact the Island Center and complete and submit the on-line enrollment form. We'll send you instructions on how to submit your $200 deposit check to hold your place. The deposit is non-refundable, except in the case of program cancelation. The Deposit deadline is March 1 2017. Full payment is due on or before April 1 2017.
For Refund Policies, please see Program Costs and Enrollment Deadlines.
Tuition Fee includes: daily classes, double occupancy accommodations in Athens and Skopelos (an additional fee of $530 provides single occupancy), cultural workshops, land and sea travel in Greece, including Athens/Skopelos/Athens, field trips and museum admissions; does not include airfare and most meals. Spouse/Non-students are excluded from studio classes but may enjoy all other facets of the program including field trips, archaeological site and museum visits, cultural workshops and social activities.
Note: Prices may be subject to an increase of no more than 5% due to fluctuation in international exchange rates.