Public Programs

Arts Workshop: Printmaking with Eileen Jimenez

  • Saturday, March 09, 2024:
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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  • Add to calendar 2024-03-09 11:00:00 2024-03-09 13:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Arts Workshop: Printmaking with Eileen Jimenez - BAM

Learn the basic process of rolling and printing with ink, with local artist and printmaker Eileen Jimenez! Inspired by Polly Apfelbaum’s work in Positive Fragmentation, Eileen will guide participants on how to achieve a color gradient/rainbow roll in their own print. Participants will choose from blocks designed by Eileen.

This workshop has been developed alongside the Positive Fragmentation exhibition of print artists, emphasizing the variety and sophistication of printmaking as an artistic medium worldwide.

FREE EVENT, No registration required



About Eileen Jimenez

Eileen's mother is Maria Cruz, her grandmother is Eloisa, and her great grandmother is Isidora, matriarchs of the Ñätho (Otomi Peoples). As an Indigenous leader, community member, educator and as an artist, everything she does and creates is influenced by her many intersecting identities and lived experiences. She creates the art, the structures, the programming and the educational experiences she wishes she and her community would have seen and had access to growing up. Eileen uses linocut and mixed-media techniques to develop her own ways of telling stories in the complex layers that they exist in, as well as to demonstrate the ways that we are connected to the Land and to each other. Learn more about Eileen’s work on her website and follow her on Instagram

Program Support

 Bellevue Arts Museum is generously supported by its donors and members.