Virtual Educator Summer Camp 2022: Printmaking Primer

Event Details

Event Date and Time

Tue, Jul 26, 2022
10 to 11:30 am

Tickets and Reservations

Sold out. Complete this form to be added to the waitlist.



Kim Van Someren, <em>Aider</em>, 2020; Paper lithography, silk tissue, collage, carbon transfer on paper, 22 x 15 in.; image courtesy of the artist
Sold Out. Learn basic image building strategies using low-tech, non-toxic printmaking techniques.

Event Description

About the Session: Printmaking Primer with Kim Van Someren

This session introduces basic image building strategies using low-tech, non-toxic printmaking techniques. Topics covered include pochoir, monotype, and collage on paper.

This program is sold out. Complete this form to be added to NMWA’s Educator Summer Camp session waitlists.

About the Instructor

Washington-based Printmaker Kim Van Someren (she/her) holds an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Washington (2004) and a BA from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse (2002). Van Someren has exhibited locally and nationally; her work included in several permanent collections including the New York Public Library, the University of Iowa, the University of Washington, Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and the Microsoft Art Collection.

In addition to being an artist, and mother of twins, Van Someren is the Instructional Technician in Printmaking and Painting + Drawing at the University of Washington. She has taught Printmaking at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Kirkland Arts Center, Everett Community College, Pilchuck School of Glass, the Frye Art Museum, the Seattle Arts Museum, and the University of Washington. Van Someren is represented by J. Rinehart Gallery, Seattle, WA.

During the pandemic, Van Someren created a series of printmaking videos, including “Printmaking in the Apocalypse: Printing with Food“.

About the Virtual Educator Camp Series

NMWA’s Virtual Educator Summer Camp is designed for all educators, school teachers, adults supporting students learning remotely, home school instructors, and scout leaders. Inspired by the Art, Books, and Creativity (ABC) Institutes and NMWA’s collection, sessions are hands-on, participatory, and fun. Sessions will explore the museum‘s collection and resources, introduce historic and contemporary women artists, and engage participants in experimental making and close looking. Guest instructors include artists and educators from around the country.

Participants will receive a recommended supply list, applicable digital resources, and a Zoom meeting link in advance of each session. Camp activities are designed to use materials and tools attendees might have at home, to encourage repurposing and seeing everyday objects in a new light. Session participants can request professional development certificates of completion reflecting total earned participation hours.