6-Week NIGHT Course: Print On Press Club (intermediate/advanced)

Take your printmaking skills to the next level!


£90.00 per person


3h  –  15h

About this experience

6-Week Night Course: Press On Print Club (intermediate/advanced) Dates: From 10th November to December 15th. Held weekly on Wednesday: 6pm-9pm Level: Age 16+ We are delighted to bring you Canterbury's first print club in the city centre at Rock Papers Scissors. These sessions over six weeks will cover different aspects of relief and intaglio print processes such as monoprint, drypoint, screenprint and many more. The course will help you explore and develop your personal work, utilising traditional printmaking methods with a contemporary approach. We will cover a range of techniques from drypoint, etching, linocut, collagraphy to photo etching. This course is perfect for practicing artists and designers and also for those with some previous knowledge, but who want to develop their printmaking skills in a friendly and relaxed setting in the city centre. WHAT WE COVER? * How to work safely and independently in a print studio * How to get started with your own basic print projects * Techniques such as mono, lino, collograph , and many more to support your own practice WE WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO: * Gain confidence working independently in the print studio with tutor support * Simultaneously develop your printmaking skills while advancing your own personal creative projects * Enhance your printmaking techniques and launch small projects to help your future art practice DO I NEED TO HAVE EXPERIENCE TO TAKE PART? * Yes. We ask that you have some experience in the printmaking process to work independently. * Beginners are advised to sign-up for one of our introductory printmaking courses DO I NEED TO BRING ANYTHING? * All basic materials are included * Specialist materials for individual projects may need to be purchased by you beforehand (we will confirm prior to the class) * Refreshments are provided

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Tutor: Lucy Stockwell
Lucy is a Canterbury based printmaker who teaches at Canterbury School of Visual Arts and Brit Kids which is part of The Brit school in London. She has exhibited across the UK in her professional practice and she draws inspiration from the Kent coast and social narratives.