Woodblock Printing Workshop
Woodblock printing workshop is a practical activity aimed at getting to know the ancient textile printing technique and its widespread use in textile design under the guidance of a textile artist.
At the start of the activity, participants get acquainted with the different forms of textile printing and their origin, the use of wooden blocks in the creations of Latvian folk craftsmen and the creative experiments of artist Ansis Cīrulis. During the practical part, participants learn the basics of this technique and create a composition of their own.
- Minimum number of participants – 5; maximum number of participants in the group – 15.
- It is recommended to arrive at the museum around 15–20 minutes before the beginning of the activity to allow time for the services of the ticket office and cloakroom.
- The activity can be adapted to people with special needs as well as members of ethnic minorities (by adjusting the language difficulty level).