Sunday | December 3 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm | Ages 16+
Location: Aurora Town Hall, 3rd Floor Program Room, 100 John West Way – Enter from the Upper/North side
Monotypes are playful one-off prints made by drawing, wiping and/or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface such as plexiglass or acrylic sheet with ink. The images can only be printed once but sometimes a second one can be pulled creating a compelling ghost print. We will use a portable printing press we’ll create our prints during this workshop. Paper, rollers and ink are supplied. Bring your own brushes.
All tools and materials provided upon payment of $15.00 Materials Fee. Materials Fee payable to instructor at class.
Meet Your Instructor
Instructor Maryam Pazoki (MSc.) is a visual artist, educator, and researcher, holds an MSc in Visual Art from Tsukuba University, Japan. With a diverse teaching career spanning Iran, Japan, and Canada, she brings a global perspective to her art. Maryam’s paintings, featured in galleries and universities, showcase her versatile and culturally infused style. A dynamic presenter, she covers topics from “Women in Medicine in Iran” to “Gender and Justice in Stem Cell Research.” Her academic contributions delve into Japanese aesthetics and medical ethics. Through solo shows in Japan and Canada, Maryam transcends borders, seamlessly blending cultural influences into her expressive creations.