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Introduction to Print Six Week Tuesday Morning Course

£260.00
Location Leicester Print Workshop
Date & Time Tuesday 7th March - Tuesday 11th April 2023
11.00am - 2.00pm
Tutor Print Technicians 

New to print? Want to get back into making work? Have you done a course or taster and want to find out more? 

Intro to print is a fantastic way to explore a variety of popular techniques and get an idea of what suits your printmaking palette.
Each session is taught by a different specialist providing you with an opportunity to experiment with intaglio, relief and planographic techniques and work with screenprinting, monoprint, lino, drypoint, etching and wooden type .This course is perfect for beginners, those who wish to refresh their understanding or established printmakers who simply want an enjoyable challenge.

Course Structure

This 6 week course will be structured as follows:

Week 1: Mono (Stencil) Screen Printing with Sumiko Eadon

Week 2: Monoprint with Sumiko Eadon 

Week 3: Linocut with Sarah Kirby 

Week 4: Drypoint with Robyn Maclennan

Week 5: Etching with Robyn Maclennan 

Week 6: Wooden Type Letterpress with Serena Smith 

About the Tutor

Sumiko Eadon is an artist based in Leicestershire working individually and collaboratively. She studied Fine Art in Loughborough University as a mature student. Since her graduation in 2013, she has developed her portfolio through residencies and has exhibited regionally and beyond. This includes AA2A at the University of Derby, LPW’s ‘Our Big Move’ residency, Surface Gallery graduate residency, Nottingham Castle Open, Flourish Award exhibition, the National Original Print Exhibition, London and a solo exhibition at New Art Exchange, Nottingham. She works as a freelance printmaking tutor and has worked with LPW, West Yorkshire Print Workshop, LU Arts and The New Art Gallery Walsall.

 

Robyn Maclennan joined Leicester Print Workshop as part of the technician team at the end of 2021, having been a print fellow at the University of Northampton for 2 years. She holds a degree in Illustration and Animation from Coventry University, a Masters in Fine Art from Northampton and is currently a doctoral research student at University of the Arts London. Robyn specializes in etching and photoetching with a focus on landscape and the ecoGothic. You can find more of Robyn’s work here: www.robynmaclennan.com

  

Serena Smith is an artist, lithographer and technician at Leicester Print Workshop.  Her ongoing research explores the generative intersection between lithography and language. More about her work on stone can be found here: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/subjects/geography-environment/research/cabinet-of-curiosities/14/

Leicester Print Workshop 

Leicester Print Workshop is the regional development centre for printmaking. Established by artists in 1986, we are a registered charity, supported by Arts Council England. Our RIBA award-winning building is situated in Leicester City Centre's Cultural Quarter and is home to a large, well equipped open access Printmaking Studio.

We have over 30 years’ experience of teaching people printmaking. Our programme offers the largest number and broadest range of printmaking courses in the region, with courses suitable for beginners as well as experienced printmakers, delivered by practicing artists and nationally renowned tutors. Participants learn in small and friendly groups in our purpose-designed studio.

Bookings

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. 

Concessions

Full-Print Members of Leicester Print Workshop are entitled to a 10% discount on our inhouse courses. Interested in joining LPW as a member? Click here for more information.