Free Forest Printmaking Lesson

A free webinar hosted by Sierra Club BC
Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. PT

Art is a powerful vehicle to drive change – offering different and accessible ways to reimagine a life-sustaining future for all. Art can also challenge the status quo and open up spaces for important conversations, like educating others on all the amazing things forests do.

In this session, we’ll dive into how you can use art as a tool for change during a printmaking lesson with artist Elisabeth Noble who will teach you how to create a forest potato print and block print. The resulting prints will celebrate the web of life forests hold and can be sent to your family and friends who share in a love of forests. Check out this guide for the art supplies you’ll need (you can either make the prints using a potato or block/lino print).

Join us as we learn how to create a beautiful forest print on Tuesday, September 7 from 7:00-8:30 p.m.! 

About the speaker

Elisabeth Noble is Sierra Club BC’s Donor Engagement Manager. She holds a BFA from Concordia University where she learned the ropes of fundraising and sponsorship as the President of the Painting and Drawing Students Association. In Montreal, she was part of the Eco-Art Collective in Mile End, and served on the Board of Concordia University’s Alumni Association Fine Arts Chapter. Elisabeth moved to British Columbia in 2010 to be closer to her family. In addition to meeting donors from around the province, she can be found meditating at the Shambhala Meditation Centre, snapping photos of food (and nature) or making art.