About the Session
Learn how to create monoprints without a press and turn it into a double accordion book with a spine and jacket. After experimenting with simple printmaking tools and techniques and making one-of-a-kind prints, turn them into a double accordion book with a spine joined by a jacket with a long stitch in order to build three-dimensional spaces. By the end of the session, you’ll know how to conceptualize, print, and fold an artist’s book with content inside.
About the Instructor
María Verónica San Martín (she/her) is a Chilean New York-based multidisciplinary artist and educator who explores the impacts of history, memory, and trauma through archives, artist books, installation, sculpture and performance. San Martín was a fellow at the Whitney Museum’s ISP, a scholar at the NY Center for Book Arts and holds an MA from The Corcoran School of Art and Design, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Her work is part of more than 60 collections including the Pompidou (Paris), Met (NYC), and Museum of Memory and Human Rights (Santiago, Chile). María is currently working on a commission for NMWA’s Holding Ground: Artists’ Books for the National Museum of Women in the Arts project. She teaches at Parsons, The New School, NY; the Center for Book Arts, NY; Penland School of Craft, NC; The University of Miami, OH, and is part of the education program of Booklyn Art as well as an artist and board member.
About the Virtual Educator Camp Series
NMWA’s virtual Educator Summer Camp is designed for all educators—schoolteachers, adults supporting students learning remotely, home school instructors, scout leaders, etc. We just ask that you come with your learners in mind and a playful spirit!
We will offer independent 1.5-hour sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from July 6 through July 27. Sessions, inspired by the Art, Books, and Creativity (ABC) Institutes and NMWA’s collection, are hands-on, participatory, and fun. Sessions will explore NMWA’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. You will receive a recommended supply list, applicable digital resources, and a Zoom meeting link in advance of each session. Camp activities are designed to make use of materials and tools you might have at home, to encourage repurposing and seeing everyday objects in a new light.
Register for one session or many depending on your interest and commitments.
Session participants can request certificates of completion reflecting total earned participation hours.
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