Summer Youth: Exploring Color With Printmaking (Ages 8-10)

Youth, Print & Book Arts

Summer Youth: Exploring Color With Printmaking (Ages 8-10)

Ask and answer all of your questions about color through guided exploration and the magic of printmaking.

Meeting Times
  1. Mon, 7/24/2023 11:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  2. Tue, 7/25/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  3. Wed, 7/26/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  4. Thur, 7/27/2023 9:00:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Mon, 7/24/2023 - Thur, 7/27/2023


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All Levels, Youth Ages 8-10, Class, Summer Youth

Print & Book Arts Studio



You will be introduced to, and explore, various aspects of color theory through a variety of printmaking methods. Concepts include color harmony, mixing, matching, chromatic neutrals, and layering. Methods include quick and alternative methods like string printing, sandpaper, and monotype, allowing you to experiment without the constraints of permanence.


  • For students ages 8-10.
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Registration closes Monday, July 17.
  • A $20 materials fee, included in the cost of the class, covers the materials needed in class.

Registering Youth

  • New registrants: When you register, select Others Only in the "Who Are You Registering?" section. On the next page, Add New Registrant. Create an account for your child. The email address on their account must be unique. 
    •  The next time you register your child, you will be able to Search Registrants to select them.
  • Complete and return this minor permission form.
  • You may register your youth  for an optional supervised lunch hour from 12-1 pm for the duration of this class.


Create colorful and vibrant string prints, sandpaper prints, and monotype prints that explore a variety of color combinations and mixing methods.

Class Policies

  • If you have any questions,┬áplease email BARN Youth Program Coordinator, Sarah Jones at

Instructors or Guides

Greyson Lee

Greyson Lee is a high school art educator with a background in color and design theory, traditional 2D art, and printmaking; as well as summer camps, horseback riding instruction, and environmental ed. He has a love of exploration and experimentation in the classroom, and strives to make learning meaningful, student-driven, and fun.

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