The Department of History of Art, in collaboration with National Gallery of Modern Art, organized a three-day print-making workshop from October 10th, 2018 to October 13th, 2018 for the students from the IIIrd semester. The first day of the workshop began with a curated walk, conducted by Ms. Ruchi Singh Baoni, Deputy Curator, National Gallery of Modern Art, for the exhibition ‘Chehre’. The day ended with a lecture on print-making by Shri Avjit Roy and Shri Surender K Mishra. The students worked with the provided linocut tools on the second day of the workshop, and continued working on it for the third day as well. The workshop was concluded with an informal discussion between the students, Ms. Gogi Saroj Pal, an eminent Indian artist, Shri Adwaita Charan Gadanayak, Director General and Ms. Ritu Sharma, Director, National Gallery of Modern Art. The workshop presented itself as a great learning opportunity where the students got to practice, learn and gain insight on the various types of print-making techniques.