MSU and downtown East Lansing have a hip new space for the public to both admire and create art. MSU’s Broad Art Lab, just a hop, skip and jump from the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, is hosting a printmaking class from 2 to 5 p.m., June 16.
Inspired by the Berlin-based artist collective Raubdruckerin , this workshop will have participants explore the East Lansing community in search of urban patterns and typographic forms. Sourced directly from the streets, discover pirate printmaking techniques in this hands-on printmaking workshop.
Participants will take away a shirt (and more) imprinted from manhole covers, vents and utility grates. The $40 registration fee covers instruction, printing materials, T-shirts and other surfaces. This workshop is led by painter, printmaker and teaching artist Britta Urness .
To register for this event, click here . For more information, call 517-884-4800.
Source: PRESS RELEASE