The Summer Art Institute (SAI) at Women’s Studio Workshop is a time for you to focus on your work, become energized and inspired, learn new skills, and meet a new community of like-minded artists. During our week-long workshops in papermaking, printmaking, and book arts, you’ll study at the heart of the Hudson Valley with instructors that are leaders in their field. Small class sizes offer you an opportunity to hone your abilities and have a transformative art experience.
Read more about SAI on our general information page, and check out this year’s list of classes below.
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August 20 - 24 Studio: Papermaking Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $60 Class limit: 6 The registration period for this class has passed. Find more summer workshops on our calendar! Participants will be immersed in studio production, making use of this powerful and historic color on handmade paper and a variety of textiles. Experienced dyers are encouraged to bring works-in-progress and ideas for new projects. Beginners will be introduced to the process of papermaking with fibers that are…Find out more »
August 20 - 24 Studio: Intaglio Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 Materials List This class is currently filled. Please call (845) 658-9133 to inquire about the class wait list. Relief carving is a technique historically valued for its capacity for intricacy, detail, and high reproducibility. In this class, we’ll view the action of carving as an indirect gesture of the artist. When we carve a line, it is the material left behind,…Find out more »
August 20 - 24 Studio: Silkscreen Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 4 This workshop is full. Please call us at (845) 658-9133 to put your name on the wait list. Participants will employ water-based screen print techniques; hand drawn and photo methods; and composition and color theory to maximize the successful translation of their work into screen print. Through demonstration, discussion, and research we will consider the means by which our images can…Find out more »