Tuesday, 13 May 2014

We need you there to help make this festival amazing. Free events , come and be inspired by artist on the 18th and print our big woodcuts on the 25th!

Sunday 18 May
GET INSPIRED!


Morning Programme
Hagley Community College, Art Dept 10-1pm
(Enter from Stewart Street car park then follow the signs)
10.00: Welcome (Room A1)
Artist Talks (Room A1)
10.05: Bianca Van Leeuwen - Photographic Printmaking
10.15: Kate Rivers – Collographs from found materials
10.25: Josh Bashford, Gayle Forster - Woodcut
10.40: Sandra Thomson, Michael Reed – Screen print
11.00: Sam Harrison
11.10: Jason Greig - Monoprint
Demonstrations (Room A1)
11.30 -1.00 (all at same time)
Photographic Print Processes - Ken Cartwright, Bianca
Van Leeuwen,
Woodcut – Josh Bashford
Mixed Media – Sam Harrison,
Monoprint – Jason Greig
Intaglio/ Monoprint – Lizzie Moyle
Have a Go! (Room A3)
11.30 - 1.00 (all at the same time)
Print a woodcut – Gayle Forster
Produce an emboss - Kate Rivers / Fiona Taylor
Create a drypoint – Fiona Taylor / Kate Rivers
Screen printing for kids – Susie Cox
Displays (Room A4)
Data Presention – Christchurch Art Gallery, Traditional
Prints from the collection
Printmaking books, resources, supplies and papers
Afternoon Programme
CPIT, Design and Art School, D Block 1.30-3pm
(Corner Madras Street and Moorehouse Ave)
thINK Exhibition Opening (Ground oor, D Block)
1.30: Exhibition showcasing a variety of approaches to
imagery, technique and format by New Zealand,
international and student printmakers.
Guest Speaker
1.45: Grant Banbury speaks on Contemporary Printmaking
Screen Printing Demonstrations (4th oor Print
Studio, D Block)
2.00: Sandra Thomson (textile) and Michael Reed
demonstrate screen printing processes and provide a
hands-on opportunity to participate.
Other Events Coming Up:
Festival Exhibitions
During the week beginning Monday 19th May,
student printmaking from a range of Canterbury
schools will be exhibited at the Christchurch South
Library, Colombo St.
Schools will be exhibiting prints at various venues
throughout Canterbury following the Road Roller
Street Event. For details see CATA wiki page.
During July there will be a large scale Print Exhibition
at Christchurch City Council, Civic Chambers, Hereford
Street.
Sunday 25 May - Road Roller Street Event
GET PRINTING! Bring your completed plates along to
the Road Roller Street Event on the 25 May 2014,
Corner of Cashel and High Street,
10-4pm. Works will be printed onto calico.
Check the CATA wiki for further information
www.cata.nz.wikispaces.com
Cancellation will be notied on
canterburyartteachersblog.tumblr.com




Sunday 25 May
GET PRINTING!
Road Roller Street Event
Christchurch CBD, Corner Cashel and High Street 10-4pm
School Groups:
(These start times are approximate only)
10.00 Kaiapoi, Hagley (Yr10)
10.30 Mount Hutt & Cashmere
11.00 Heaton
11.30 Hagley (Ken)
12.30 Rangi Ruru
Lunch
1.00 Ashburton
1.30 Riccarton
2.00 Breens, St Margarets
2.30 Heathcote Valley, CGHS
3.00 St Andrews, Hagley (Adults), Papanui
Artists/Individuals:
Please arrive anytime between 10.00am-3.30pm.
Note:
The driver will have short breaks as needed.
Cancellation:
In the event of wet weather this event will be postponed until the following Sunday, 2 June
2014. CATA will endeavour to contact teachers in charge and artists.
Please ensure your group knows to check canterburyartteachersblog.tumblr.com for
cancellation information. A decision will be made by 7.15am on 25 May 2014.
Check the CATA wiki for further information about the Festival,
www.cata.nz.wikispaces.com


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