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Alternative Printmaking Processes: Kitchen Lithography

Alternative Printmaking Processes: Kitchen Lithography
Tues, October 12 : 9:15 – 12:15
Mon, October 18 : 9:15 – 12:15

Best Living Japan Studio, 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047
Yoko Minagawa

¥7,500 ( +10% Japan Consumption Tax )

Alternative Printmaking: Kitchen Lithography is a techniques that was popularized by contemporary French artist, Émilie Aizier. In it, she traded traditional printmaking techniques for materials and substances found in the kitchen, which made the process much more attainable for all creatives. In this workshop, you will  learn how to make your own lithographs using such materials as aluminum foil as the plate, olive oil as a drawing medium, and a pasta maker as press. Using your new-found skills, you will create your own postcard-sized single color lithograph print.

Ages 14+ are welcome. Materials will be provided.

 Note: This class requires use of oil-based ink and solvents for clean up.

Alternative Printmaking Processes: Kitchen Lithography Fall 2021 Classes 

Tues, October 12 : 9:15 – 12:15

Mon, October 18 : 9:15 – 12:15

Alternative Printmaking 2


Yoko Minagawa, Best Living Japan Studio

Yoko Minagawa is an artist who has developed her skills in printmaking after graduating from art school, while working as a web and graphic designer as well as a coordinator in the contemporary art industry in Tokyo and Naoshima. The theme of her works, often inspired by the ever changing colors of nature, is perhaps best described by the thinking that everything in nature, including us, is in constant shift and change. Born in Tokyo and raised in Massachusetts and New York, USA, Yoko received a B.A in Digital Communication Design from Tama Art University and a B.A. in Environmental Information at Keio University. She has taken part as an artist in international exhibitions including group and solo shows in Tokyo, as well as an exhibition in Spain.

Instagram: @han.mono