147-Monoprinting Workshop

Dive into the world of printmaking with us and unleash your creative spirit with our Monoprinting Workshop. Monoprinting is a versatile and captivating art form that allows you to create one-of-a-kind prints with a rich and unique character. It’s quick, it’s experimental, it has texture, with limitless possibilities and a sense of playfulness. There’s no time to be thoughtful or spend time on tiny details or correct mistakes (not to say, we won’t try, but if we can’t correct, we embrace!). Big swoopy movements, quick decisions and use of found objects is what this workshop is going to be all about. Unlike other mediums where you probably get to create one artwork in a workshop, here you’ll be creating a series of prints during our time together, learning, experimenting and improvising as you proceed. It’s truly a lot of fun with minimum stakes! Join us and connect with fellow participants who share your passion for free flowing art. An excellent opportunity to unwind, socialize and make new friends in a cozy and inspiring environment.

Special Notes

All students must comply with the Policies and Procedures found on The Center's website. There will be no refunds for students removed from class for failure to observe The Center’s Policies and Procedures.


1. Kitchen Foil
2. 12-24 Shades Set of Acrylic Colours, 36 ml tubes
3. A4 size Black Drawing Sheets
4. A4 size White Drawing Sheets
5. Set of flat brushes
6. Tissue Paper
7. Masking Tape
8. Masking Tape
9. Any found objects which can help create texture e.g.; textured leaves, combs, popsicle sticks, threads etc


About the Instructor

Smriti Sangal

Smriti is a multidisciplinary Visual Artist and an Art Educator with a teaching experience of over 10 years with kids and adults of all ages. She has a Bachelor's in Fine Arts from Delhi University, India, and a Master's in Fine Arts from the University of Arts London. Post her Master’s she co-founded an art studio in New Delhi, India in 2015 called “Culture Chauraha” where she would conduct workshops and classes in a number of art mediums along with partnering with organizations and individuals to curate unique art experiences & commissions. She recently moved to the United States in 2023 and is excited at the opportunity to explore herself and her work in a new country.  


Class Details

February 17 - February 17, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Days: Saturday

Tuition: $66

Member Tuition: $41

Location: The Center for Contemporary Art

Semester: Winter 2024

Level: Adult

Instructor: Smriti Sangal