Adult Creative Retreat: Block Printed Journal

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Adult Creative Retreat: Block Printed Journal

200.00

Bring your team, office, book club or BFF inner circle to the Oil and Cotton Art Studio for a relaxed and inspiring creative experience.

BLOCK PRINTED JOURNAL
Class Time: approximately 1.5 -2 hrs.
Cost: $35 per person + $200 rental fee
Learn to design, carve and make a block print. Explore the graphic possibilities of repetition and pattern making techniques. Create hand-pulled prints without a press or complicated materials. Each student will leave with a carved rubber block, a pocket size moleskine notebook customized with their print and at least three artist proof prints (or cards).

Contact us at 214.942.0474 or info@oilandcotton.com with questions and to secure your party date and time. Our calendar fills up quickly, early booking is recommended.

ITINERARY
-You may arrive 15-30 before event to set up
- Our teaching staff of friendly artists will begin the art project after all of your guests arrive
-The project lasts 60 minuets to 90 minutes

LOGISTICS
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Our space can accommodate approximately 20-25 adults
-A $200 deposit covers a 1.5 hour event with 30 minutes for set up and clean up (2 hours total) and is required to hold the date.
-$600 Day rate is available on Thursdays and Fridays
-Deposit is non-refundable
- The project fee per participant is due on the day of the event. The fee is dependent upon the project and material cost.
-Decorations, food and beverages are welcome
-We respectfully ask that you leave our space as you found it

“Oil and Cotton was the perfect place for a staff retreat.  Shannon and Kayli graciously and enthusiastically welcomed us into their bright yellow building—even before their grand opening! They inspired our team with their creative space and mission; leading us in a fun silk-screen book project that supported a relaxed, social atmosphere and opened our minds for the business discussions that followed.”  

– Nicole Stutzman, Dallas Museum of Art.

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