Exhibition Details

Learn to screenprint using your own ink made from reclaimed and foraged pigments with Artist Emma Kitson.

You can BYO pigments such as whenua, watercolour, goache, mica, powder makeup, however they will need to be finely ground enough to pass through the screen.

This approximately 2hr workshop covers:
- How to reclaim pigments from nature, discarded makeup and old art supplies.
- How to make “ink” with various pigments.
- Make a stencil to screen print onto paper.

It is koha to attend these workshops and bookings are essential. Please email Tini.Whetu.ki.te.rangi@gmail.com to reserve your space.

This workshop is funded by and a part of the Puaka Matariki Festival 2023.

About Emma:
Emma Kitson is an Artist, Designer and Curator who resides in Whanganui a Tara Wellington). Her whakapapa traces its roots to the small islands off Rakiura (Stewart Island) at the southern end of Aotearoa. After graduating from Dunedin School of Fine Art in 1996 she regularly exhibited at the Blue Oyster Gallery including being the curator for their inaugural exhibition, Collection: Taonga /Trash? Emma is a part of Paemanu, Ngai Tahu Contemporary Artists and has been a contributing artist in their exhibitions at COCA and Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

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  • [Tini.Whetu.ki.te.rangi@gmail.com](mailto:Tini.Whetu.ki.te.rangi@gmail.com)


  • Koha - Bookings Essential


  • Fri 14 Jul — Sat 15 Jul


  • 4:00 pm — 3:00 pm


  • Yours Cafe
  • 43 Moray Place
  • Ōtepoti Dunedin