Grab your friends and book a class! A maximum of eight people may be taught at the Noctiluna Home Studio in Vienna. We are also open to new ideas for classes! Just read the class descriptions, then fill out THIS FORM!
Or, you can contact to set a date and discuss your class preferences.
Payment will be requested in advance via Venmo, PayPal, cash or check (an invoice will be emailed to you).

Cancellations may be made up to two weeks in advance of the class.
Here are our current offerings:

Relief Printing 101 – No Carve Techniques

Simple printmaking and design class with beautiful results without any carving. Design and craft your own multiple sided printing block and print onto paper or fabric with it. Also explore other methods of relief printing using found objects. The perfect class for a mix of ages and abilities. Feel free to pick a theme for your prints.

Duration: 2 hours
Age: 5 and Up

Price: Private Class (1-3 people): $45 per person
Groups of 4 – 8: $35 per person

Block Carving and Printing

Learn how to carve a relief printing block and produce beautiful prints from it . Class covers initial design generation and block carving, through to creating a print or prints on paper/fabric to take home.
Duration: 2 hours
Age: 12- Adult

Price: Private Class (1-3 people): $45 per person
Groups of 4 – 8: $40 per person

PrintUp! Textile Upcycling Session

Bring your old/plain/stained textiles with you and learn to transform them through block printing. Learn a new skill, and do something good for the earth! Things you can upcycle: clothes, pillows, napkins, tea-towels, anything fabric with a tight knit surface.
Duration: 2 hours
Age: All ages

Price: Private Session (1-3 people): $45 per person
Groups of 4 – 8: $35 per person

About the teacher:
Chitra Sharma studied for her Art & Design foundation at Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London, following it up with a degree in Textile Design from The Winchester School of Art, also in the UK. After working in the fields of Publishing and Fashion for a few years, she trained to be an Art educator at The University of London. Shortly after qualifying to be a teacher, she relocated to the USA where she worked as an Art teacher at the Washington international School, teaching on the middle school and IB Art programs. After becoming a parent, Chitra decided to start her own company as a way to reconnect with her own practice as an artist, and designer. Today, she has her own slow fashion childrenswear brand, Noctiluna, runs a Creativity summer camp for kids in Vienna VA, and continues to practice as an artist. Chitra lives and works in Vienna VA with her husband, two lovely kids and a large collection of houseplants with their own names and personalities. She makes an excellent cup of tea, and loves to meet and collaborate with like minded creatives.