- $50 for one admission to a woodblock-printing workshop with Shaun McCallum
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The workshop takes place inside The Goat Farm Arts Center, once a 12-acre factory from the 19th century and now a creative breeding ground housing more than 300 artist studios.
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers.
What You'll Do
A few carving implements, sandpaper, and ink are all it takes to transform a normal piece of wood into a reusable printing tool. During this collaborative woodblock printing workshop, master printer Shaun McCallum demonstrates the proper way to handle carving tools, which your group will use to help him carve a relief image into a soft block of wood. After carving away the image's negative space, the group then rolls ink over the block's face and uses a press to stamp the relief image onto pieces of fine art paper. At the end of the session, you take home your own two-tone art print.
Introduction to Woodcarving
Master printer Shaun McCallum explains various carving tools and techniques
Collaborative Woodblock Printing
You and your group help Shaun carve a relief image into a block of wood, then stamp the image onto fine art paper
Bring Home a Work of Art
At the end of the session, you leave with your own two-tone art print
Shaun McCallum's affinities for woodcarving and printing have taken him all over the United States. He has demonstrated his skills during lectures at museums and academic institutions, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison and SCAD Atlanta. When not educating others, Shaun often works with local and international artists on collaborative printmaking projects. His creations have been featured in numerous press outlets, including Atlanta Journal Constitution.