Join us for the very first Kordal workshop, part of a year long series which aims to build community, foster conversation and encourage creative gatherings.
Learn the fundamentals of marbling with Natalie Stopka in this exploration of color, pattern, and design in print! We’ll spend the afternoon unraveling the history of paper marbling in the European water-based tradition, following the development of patterns from traditional to experimental. Our Saturday session will look at the tools and materials for creating permanent prints on paper. Students will be free to develop their own palette and style as class progresses, leaving with an array of designs on a variety of papers.
Hosted by Kordal Studio and NYC's first zero waste restaurant and natural wine bar, Rhodora. Natural wines and light bites will be included in this two hour course.
With the opening of Rhodora, owner Henry Rich and deputy director Halley Chambers have built a program that will send absolutely nothing to landfill. No single-use plastics will be utilized or accepted into the space, and the group will only source and utilize products across its food, beverage, and operations that can be recycled, up cycled, or composted. <3
Following the workshop, finished work will be available for pick up at the Kordal Studio & Shop by Tuesday 2/11. While you're here, use our vintage Remington Typewriter to compose valentines for your friends, loved ones, and family on your handmade marbled paper!
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