Program Package Fee
Package price is based on 8 participants. Bed and Breakfast selected will depend on availability at the time of registration deadline and group and room needs.
Printmaking in Old Havana
November 13-19, 2017 - No printmaking experience required
Registration Deadline -July 1, 2017
Limited to 8 Participants
Experience the process of printmaking in the amazing setting of Old Havana. Our trip will start with a visit to the National Museum of Fine Arts. Its halls treasures the Cuban Art Collection, the most comprehensive parade of who’s who in a history of art making spanning nearly three centuries. The program also includes a guided walking tour of Old Havana to learn about its history and architecture. During the afternoons we will explore Havana visiting plazas, art centers and artists studios.
12 hours with material included
Once we set the context for the 12 hours hands-on printmaking workshop at The Experimental Graphics Workshop (all participants are welcome) we will spend three days exchanging ideas and learning with Cuban printmakers. This is one of the most important graphic arts establishments in Cuba, preserving old printmaking like lithography.
The workshop will consist of the following: No printmaking experience required
Guest Artist - Elizabeth Goodwill
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Please visit our Contact Us page and provide all required Information. As soon as we hear from you, we will email a registration packet with required forms and instructions. You can also call us at 978-998-0039.
Payment Options - Program Package
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Timetable for Registration and Payments
July 1 Registration Documents Deadline
50% of Program Package Cost
July 5 Deadline to buy air tickets online through the Southwest website
Please submit a copy of air ticket confirmation # to CubArtEdu
September 29 50% balance due of Program Package Cost
Cancellations after registration and before September 29 - 50% refund
Cancellations after September 29 - no refund
Our program will start at a hotel near the Tampa International Airport on the night before departure. That evening we will provide an orientation at the hotel for out-of-state (Florida) delegates. (Optional for local delegates, local orientation will be available)
Our flight from Tampa or Miami to Havana, Cuba will take one hour. Once in Havana we will be on our way to accommodations at B&B in Havana.
Our first day in Havana will start with breakfast at our B&B (all breakfasts are included), followed by a visit to the National Museum of Fine Arts. Its halls treasure the Cuban Art Collection, the most comprehensive parade of who’s who in a history of art making spanning nearly three centuries. After lunch we will explore Old Havana visiting Parque Central and art centers in the area.
Our second day in Havana will start with a visit to Old Havana. Founded in 1519, UNESCO declared Old Havana Universal Patrimony of Humanity. You will learn about Old Havana as a unique urban sustainability development project that integrates community and economic development with art. Through a walking tour guided by an architect-historian we will visit Cathedral and Arms Squares. In Cathedral Square we will visit the Wilfredo Lam Center for Contemporary Art and the Experimental Graphic Workshop (printmaking). After lunch we will visit San Francisco de Asis Plaza, and Plaza Vieja to visit the Fototeca (Cuban Photography Center) and the Rene Portocarrero Screen Printing Workshop.
DAY 4 - November 16
10-12 am - Workshop 1 - Lithography
1-3 pm - Workshop 1 - Lithography
DAY 5- November 17
10-12 am - Workshop 2 - Lithography
1-3 pm - Workshop 2 - Lithography
DAY 6 - November 18
10-12 am - Workshop 3 - Monotype
1-3 pm - Workshop 3 - Printing, Editing and Packing
Departure from José Martí International Airport
"And so it begins", print by guest artist Elizabeth Goodwill. Elizabeth received a MFA in Printmaking and Graphic Design from New Mexico State University in 2007 and a BFA from Ohio State University in Printmaking in 2004.