Canberra In Print

11 - 12 March

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Explore your creative side @Enlighten Festival over the Canberra Day long weekend.

Have you ever wondered what lies beneath the surface in Canberra? Join artist Sally Mumford for a linocut print making workshop and explore the layers of Canberra. Participants will be inspired by the striking monochromatic sculptures in theCMAG on the Square installation Delene White: Flower Power, to delve into their own impressions of Canberra.

Linocut printmaking involves carving a design into a sheet of linoleum then inking and printing the image onto paper. The workshop will include drawing your design, transferring it onto a lino block and the techniques for carving the block, inking and printing.

For ages 15+, no prior experience necessary. Bookings essential.


About the artist

Sally Mumford is an Australian artist, predominately working in print media and drawing. Her art practice includes quiet times observing and immersing herself in the natural world, investigating contemporary environmental concerns and exploring the reuse of materials with non-toxic experimental print making techniques. She also has a passion for sharing art making with the wider community. Mumford majored in Drawing and Printmedia, graduating with Honours at the School of Art and Design, Australian National University in 2018. Presently she spends her time between Canberra and Alice Springs. She has had solo exhibitions in both places and been part of many group exhibitions throughout Australia.


Event info

When: 11th, 12th, 14th March. 1pm – 4pm
Where: Canberra Museum & Gallery

Canberra Museum and Gallery