Storing and Preserving Prints
|Location||Leicester Print Workshop|
|Date & Time||Wednesday 10th April
6pm - 8pm
|Tutor||Kate Slovak Wilkes|
Our Professional Development courses continues a look at storing and preserving prints.
Using examples from the De Montfort University Art Collections, this practical session will look at how artists can ensure their work stays both exhibition and acquisition ready. Paper, mounts, archival storage solutions, framing and conservation considerations will all be addressed to provide an all-round knowledge for printmakers interested in both how to store their work but also strengthen their artworks’ longevity for many years of display.
About the Tutor
Kate Slovak Wilkes oversees DMU’s art collection, including outstanding examples of Fluxus work and Concrete Poetry as well as the Christopherson Collection of student work.
Online: You can book online here by credit / debit card or Paypal.
Telephone: You can pay by card over the phone during our opening hours (Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm). Call us on 0116 251 4174.
In person: Call in to Leicester Print Workshop during our opening hours (Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm) to book and pay by card, cash or cheque.
Pre-course information: We will send you details of how to find us and what to bring with you when we process your booking.