Printmaking: Kitchen Lithography

CE 162 : 

non-credit – in person

  • Dates: June 10 – 17
  • Times: 10 AM – 1 PM
  • Meetings: 2
  • Days: Saturdays
  • Instructor: Andrew Reineberg


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This course will provide a brief history of traditional lithography and will demonstrate how a few common household materials can be used for this process of printmaking. This is an experimental course and encourages those attending to “play,” through the making process. Use this class as extension of your own studio practice, or as a fun way to create with family and friends at the kitchen table!

This course must meet minimum enrollment by June 3 in order to run. Register today! 


  • 12 oz bottle of Coca Cola
  • Any grease related material for drawing, (soap, china pen, vegetable oil, sharpie works too)
  • Paint brushes
  • Heavy aluminum foil
  • 2 small plexiglass panels(8.5×10 or smaller)
  • 2 containers larger than plexiglass plate at least 2 inches around and deep enough to submerge plexiglass (casserole dishes work well)
  • X-acto knife
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