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Bailey Contemporary Arts Presents Free “Making Your Mark” Workshop: Special Beginner-Friendly Program Teaches The Art of Monotype Printmaking

Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) in Pompano Beach is proud to present Making Your Mark” workshop taught by Rebeka Burns and sponsored by Small Press Fair. The beginner-friendly workshop takes place on October 18. At least 50% of the class space is reserved for and welcomes artists with disabilities. The free workshop will explore the art of printmaking and members will participate in both collaborative and individual projects.  The Rickie Report shares the details and a sneak peek.



Bailey Contemporary Arts


41 NE 1st Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33060





Bailey Contemporary Arts Presents

“Making   Your   Mark”   Workshop


Special Beginner-Friendly Program

Teaches the Art of Monotype Printmaking





Friday, October 18

 11 am – 2 pm


Bailey Contemporary Arts – East Gallery




“Making your Mark” Workshop



“This exciting class will provide participants with hands-on experience in the art of building and printing images,” said Phyllis Korab, Cultural Affairs Director.  The workshop will begin with a discussion of contemporary works that use printmaking as a tool, followed by a demonstration of simple monoprint, collagraph, and relief techniques. All of the techniques learned can be completed indoors or out, without a printing press and using only a small set of easy-to-transport tools.  Creating monotypes, which is a one-of-a-kind type of print, will be the focus of the hands-on portion of the class.


“For nearly ten years, I have taught art in marginal spaces – from prisons to hospital waiting rooms – and currently work with disabled adults. At the core of my practice is a deep respect for the innate equality and limitless potential of every person,” stated Burns.


Fast, flexible, and adaptive portable approaches for building and printing images will be explored as tools for documentation, social commentary and community-building. Participants will work together to create a series of large-scale collaborative prints, and a print to take home.


About Small Press Fair:

Organized by Ingrid Schindall of IS Projects and Sarah Michelle Rupert of Girls’ Club, SPF Fort Lauderdale is an opportunity for the regional print-making, book-making and zine-making community to share ideas and showcase new work for one special day in Fort Lauderdale.

SPF Fort Lauderdale includes a market for exhibitors to share and exchange delectable print, book and zine goods, a steamroller printing event, demo stations for master printers to demonstrate techniques and technologies,  creation stations for visitors to make and trade their own zines, and a stage for a forum of discussion and debate revolving around our sunny subculture of independent print-book-and zine-makers.

SPF Fort Lauderdale launched its first edition in 2016, in FATVillage, and returns each year in November.



About Rebeka Burns:


Rebeka Burns is a community-based artist and educator with 10 years of experience facilitating arts programming in hospitals, museums, prisons and shelters. She currently leads art programs for artists with disabilities at the Palm Beach Habilitation Center in Lake Worth. In December 2019, the Center will present the first annual UNDISCOVERED Art Festival, featuring visual and performing arts by more than 100 artists with disabilities, student, emerging and established artists.




About the City of Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department:

The mission of the Cultural Affairs Department is to provide cultural programming that includes visual arts, digital media, music, film, theater, dance, and public art for the enjoyment and enrichment of residents and visitors to Pompano Beach, Broward County, and the greater South Florida area. The department programs and manages the City’s premiere cultural arts venues including the Pompano Beach Cultural Center, Historic Ali Cultural Arts, Bailey Contemporary Arts, Pompano Beach Amphitheater, and the Blanche Ely House. The department also oversees the City’s Public Art Program and the prestigious National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town grant awarded to the Pompano Beach Crossroads place-making arts initiative.


For more information visit, or call 954-545-7800


Bailey Contemporary Arts is located at 41 NE 1st Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33060




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