You can pay for the course at the ticket office.
A three-part woodcut course. Woodcut is a relief printing technique in which a block of wood is used as a printing plate. The image is carved into wood with special gouges. The artist Tarrvi Laamann is one of the few Estonian printmakers who has learnt Japanese woodblock printing in Japan under a Japanese master. He has explained why he prefers woodblock printing in the following words: “You never know what the end result will look like exactly because wood can play crazy tricks on you. […] This makes the whole thing interesting; there are so many variables.”
In the course, you will get to know the peculiarities of Japanese woodblock printing, the gouges and how they are used.
Instructor: Tarrvi Laamann
Takes place on 26.05, 27.05 and 28.05, from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm
The course will be held in Estonian, but English translation is possible.
Due to national emergency, all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia are temporarily closed until 1 May 2020.