Printmaking Workshops

Image Credit: Pangaea by Adam Grose

Creative Innovation Centre, Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 3PF, United Kingdom

01823 337477
[email protected]
https://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk/events/thursday-morning-print-making-course-5th-sept-to-14th-nov-2019/

Thursday 12 September 2019 – Thursday 21 November 2019
09:30 - 12:30
Opening Hours: 09:00 - 16:00
Admission Fee: Free
Booking essential
https://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk/events/thursday-morning-print-making-course-5th-sept-to-14th-nov-2019/

Print Making Course – 10 weeks every Thursday morning – 9.30 am to 12.30 pm

Starting 12th September through to 21th November – [half term break: 24th October]

Explore in-depth a range of printmaking techniques over a ten-week block discovering a variety of methods.  Through learning and developing your unique style of printing practice, discover various modes of printmaking over a longer period of time, working at your own pace to produce a series of Limited Edition prints.

 These will include a greater scope and development with linocuts, monotypes, dry-point etching, zinc etching and other techniques, allowing greater fluidity in your approaches with one to one tutorials and technical assistance, developing ideas, images and time to explore these styles in greater detail.

 

Example outline for the ten week block (Subject to change)

Session One:     Soft cut lino and non-soft cut lino (2/3 Weeks)

Session Two:     Zinc Etching (2 Weeks)

Session Three:  Acrylic Dry-point (2/3 Weeks)

Session Four:    Collagraph or Silkscreen (2 Weeks)

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