Arts: Gelli Printing

Playing with Gelli Printing
This class series is for all levels, whether you consider yourself an artist or not. The Gelli plate is a gelatinous plate used for making one-of-a-kind prints on paper or fabric. The surface is quite sensitive, making it easy to transfer textures for printing onto paper by hand. Everyone can be successful working with the Gelli plate. This class will explore a wide variety of tools and techniques including layering, stencils, stamps, masks, and textures.
Basic materials are included.

Start Date

January 22, 2024

Registration Deadline

January 21, 2024



Course Details

Start Date

January 22, 2024

Type of Class



Harwich, MA

Days & Times

Monday, 4:00 - 6:00 PM



End Date

February 12, 2024

Early-Bird Registration Discount?


Payment Plan


Total Hours



Christine Martell

About The Instructor

Christine Martell is a teaching artist with a focus on cultivating inclusive communities through the visual arts. She has wide-ranging experience that spans various age groups, including schools, non-profits, corporations, government initiatives, and special events, Christine’s expertise shines in her ability to connect people through creativity. With a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MS in Education from Portland State University, she brings both visual art and educational design skills to her classes.