Hand-Printed Holiday Cards: Linoleum Block Printing


Registrations for this workshop are now closed.

Hannah Genosko
Saturday, December 5
10:00am – 4:00pm

This single day workshop explores making holiday cards using traditional and non-traditional off-the-press printmaking techniques. We will make our own linocut images, take rubbings from seasonally thematic found objects, and explore stamping. It will all be done using water-based ink. At the end of the day participants will take home approximately 10 cards, some may need to dry overnight.

Materials included. No previous experience required.

$50 + $30 for materials

Students should bring:

  • Ideas, designs, or drawings for reference.
  • Anything you think might add an interesting texture or image to your carving, keep in mind that those objects will be covered in ink by the end of the workshop.


This workshop is full.

Hannah Genosko

Hannah Genosko was born and raised in North-Western Ontario and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Genosko attended NSCAD University from 2011 to 2015 and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a focus in Printmaking. Her work primarily consists of fine art, prints, experimental book art and mixed media.

Her interests include bookmaking, performance art, poetry and prose, zine-making and cooking.

Hannah is the Lunenburg School of the Arts Artist-in-Residence for the Fall 2020 term.


This workshop is full.