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Participants are introduced to printmaking media in general, its history and elements, and main techniques used today. After the images are composed for the linocut, participants work on transferring their drawings on linoleum and learn basics of cutting tools and techniques. The images are created by carving into a sheet of linoleum with  linocut tools. At the later stage, participants are introduced to printing phase. The surface of the carved linoleum is inked with a brayer and impressed onto paper manually - with the use of different available tools. Participants first print all the cut linoleums, and later they experiment with printing from different surfaces that is found around the village: wood, leaves etc. They print mono colored, as well as several layers and multicolor prints.