We are Printmakers
Etching and Relief Print
We are artists and printmakers and we share a mission to keep printmaking alive and thriving. We offer workshops and open printmaking sessions to grow a steady community of printmakers collecting and sharing knowledge.
Wir sind Künstler:innen und Druckgrafiker:innen und haben es uns zur Aufgabe gemacht, traditionelle analoge Drucktechniken am Leben zu erhalten und zu fördern.
Wir bieten Kurse an und öffnen die Werkstatt für alle Interessierten, die frei arbeiten möchten. Wir möchten eine Gemeinschaft von Druckgrafiker:innen aufbauen, die ihr Wissen sammeln und teilen.
What we offer
Offene Druckwerkstatt Treptow is a project originating from our love of Printmaking.
We want to foster the growth and development of independent creative projects in Printmaking. With the assistance of qualified printmaking artists, Hadass and Julia, you are invited to our studio Lithographie Werkstatt Treptow, to develop an ongoing project or embark on a new creative print journey
Everyone is welcome, amateur and professional printmakers, artists from varied backgrounds as well as anyone interested in printmaking and wanting to give it a try
With the support of DRAUSSENSTADT initiative, funded by the Berlin project fund Urbane Praxis and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, we are happy to offer free of charge courses, open printmaking sessions and events revolving around printmaking during the months of November and December 2022.
Number of places is limited - book your places now on the link below:
This is the place! Lithographie Werkstatt Treptow
- Sa., 17. Dez.Berlin17. Dez. 2022, 11:00 – 13:00Berlin, Defreggerstraße, 12435 Berlin, Germany
- Mi., 07. Dez.Berlin07. Dez. 2022, 19:30 – 21:30Berlin, Defreggerstraße 12, 12435 Berlin, Germany07. Dez. 2022, 19:30 – 21:30Berlin, Defreggerstraße 12, 12435 Berlin, GermanyFrom a professional point of view, what are the tools, equipment but also motivation and planning required to run a printmaking studio. This talk is about the substance, the perseverance and the future of a long-standing profession that has accompanied art history as early as its first bourgeoning.