The course will be held in Estonian, but English translation is possible.
Three-part woodcut course. Woodcut is a relief printing technique that uses wood as the material for the plate. The image is cut into the surface using special knives and/or chisels. The artist Tarrvi Laamann is one of the few Estonian printmakers who has studied Japanese woodcutting in Japan under a master. He explains the use of his favourite technique as follows: “You never exactly know what the final outcome will be since wood can play insane tricks. […] The fact that there are so many different variables is what makes woodcuts so fascinating.” The course will teach the distinctive features of woodcuts, the use of cutting knives and the various techniques of cutting.
The course takes place 24.08., 25.08. and 26.08. from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm.
Instructor: Tarrvi Laamann
You will be automatically enrolled in a course after buying a ticket from the e-shop.
The museum will contact you with further instructions shortly before the start of the course.
The ticket is valid for one person throughout the course and enables the participant to visit Kumu exhibitions on the days of the course.
In the e-shop, ticket sales end two days before the start of the course. You can still enrol in a course if there are vacancies by emailing the Curator of Art Studio Programmes at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +372 5199 7615.
All courses require a minimum number of participants to take place. If the course is cancelled, the participant can choose another course of the same value in the next 12 months or can be reimbursed.
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From September to May, the Kumu educational centre organises various courses and workshops. Art studios and workshops offer opportunities to develop creativity in a unique setting at the Kumu Art Museum, home to Estonian art. Every year, people interested in painting, drawing, graphic art and ceramics can enjoy dynamic and instructive short courses, where professional supervisors help you to produce remarkable works of art.
The schedule of art courses is on our homepage (https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/workshops/).
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