Re: Photogravure

From: Grace Taylor ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/06/05-12:35:54 PM Z
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Correction-- That's Lother Osterburg, not Luther. Sorry! Grace
On Thursday, January 6, 2005, at 12:56 PM, Eric S. Theise wrote:

> writes:
>> Does anyone teach workshops on the photogravure process?
> I've taught it at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA. I will not be
> teaching it there this year, though Unai San Martin will. I can
> definitely recommend him. is where the course
> schedule is/will be. I am likely to be teaching workshops to small
> numbers of students out of my studio (in San Francisco), and we're
> looking into the feasibility of doing it at the SF Center for the Book
> over the summer.
> The best place to learn it is probably at Crown Point Press, San
> Francisco, in one of their week-long summer workshops. You should
> contact them if you're interested and get on their mailing list. I
> believe they've moved to a lottery system, but at one point, you had to
> RSVP as soon as the brochure came in the mail because it (and even more
> so, their general etching workshops), filled up instantly.
> On the east coast, Lother Osterburg teaches quite a few places. The
> Lower East Side Printshop is one of them, and they could probably put
> you in touch with him. I have not met him,
> though I'm familiar with his work, and have had some of his alumni in
> my Kala classes. I'm told that our teaching styles are quite
> different, but he is one of the foremost practioners in the United
> States, and I can't imagine that anyone teaches more workshops than he
> does.
> Actually, Lothar has a website at
> with
> workshops listed.
> Those are the main ones I know about. Crown Point is superb.
> --Eric
Received on Thu Jan 6 12:37:52 2005

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