Highlights from the Event

In this workshop, we will combine musical inspiration and the creative process. Join curator of African American Women’s History Angela Tate and printmaker Pantera Saint-Montaigne as we explore the artist, Nina Simone. While listening to one of her songs we will create a design for printing that’s influenced by her music. 
 
Together we will learn the basics of designing, carving, and printing your rubber carving blocks onto fabric. We will also experiment with printing everyday objects, and you will be empowered to start your own block printing projects at home. 
 
Space is limited. Tickets include the cost of materials needed for the activity, instructions, and postage.   
  
Participants must register by Wednesday, May 25, 2022, to ensure the materials kit arrives on time.  
  
To learn more about Nina Simone, click here: nmaahc.si.edu… 
 
Materials kit includes: 

(2) Rubber carving blocks 
(1) Lino carving tool set 
(2) Water-based textile inks 
(1) blank cotton kitchen towel 
(2) ¼ yard pieces of white cotton fabric 
Plain paper 
Tracing paper 
(2) Foam Rollers 
Ink pad  
 
Student Supplied List: 

Plastic or glass dinner plate for inking 
Exacto knife or scissors 
Ruler 
Wooden or metal spoon 
Everyday objects 
Newspaper or table covering to protect surfaces 
Apron or clothing that might get inky 
 
 
About Pantera Saint-Montaigne 

Brooklyn Mojo is the brainchild of printmaker and surface pattern designer. Working primarily with fabric, the Brooklyn native utilizes her expertise in screen printing, block printing and freestyle painting to create bold, modern designs. 

Her work has been featured in Uppercase magazine, Curated Quilts, QuiltCon magazine and the UK magazine, Pressing Matters. 

Website: www.brooklynmojo.com 
Instagram: @brooklynmojo 
 
 

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