Meet the Press



Cazadero, CA

Misha Goro, Jennifer Norback
In Partnership with JNFA Projects

Taking advantage of the accidental in the intaglio process. Splashing, dripping, smudging, anything goes… During the workshop we will experiment with alternative ways of creating textures while looking for the right proportion of control and chaos.

Participants will be introduced to our 2000lb French American Tool Press by internationally renowned master printmaker Misha Goro.  Over three days of art-making immersed in the beauty of our coastal forest sanctuary they will create their very own copper plate etching/ engraving using traditional intaglio techniques.

This program is appropriate for experienced printmakers and novices alike. It will consist of formal instruction, supervised and unsupervised studio time, hiking, swimming, and group dining.

DATES: May 12 at 12 pm – May 14 at 3 pm  – includes accommodation, organic & locally sourced meals, activities, and on-site amenities.

*Optional arrival day on May 11 for wine-tasting & dinner, optional departure date May 14 at additional costs


Meet the Artist

Misha Goro

Misha Goro

Resident Artist & Printmaking Chair Advisor

A prominent painter, printmaker, and educator, Misha Goro has lived and worked in Russia, Europe, Israel, and the USA. He received an M.F.A. in printmaking at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Currently, he holds the position of Chairperson of the Graphic Design Department at the American Academy of Art College in Chicago. His works can be found in numerous private and public collections and have received a number of prestigious international awards in Japan, Korea, Europe, China, and the USA. In the role of Master Printmaker he has been invited to work and teach in the world’s best printmaking studios including, Guanlan Print Base in China, East London Printmakers Residency in UK, and Frans Masereel Center Residency in Belgium. He describes his practice as a continuous creative search for raw authenticity in urban environments and human forms that are constantly changing.
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19540 King Ridge Rd, Cazadero, CA 95421

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