Printmaking for Schools and Colleges

2017

About

Northern Print printmaking workshops for schools and colleges offer teachers and students the opportunity to develop their creative and practical skills. The studio offers high quality practical teaching in traditional and contemporary printmaking skills whilst working alongside a practicing Artist Printmaker. 

Professional quality equipment and materials are used throughout with prints produced on quality printmaking papers.

Workshops can be delivered in our fully equipped studio or within your own environment.

All our tutors are CRB checked

  • Workshops are available supporting Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post 16 students.
  • Group sizes for workshops are variable depending on print techniques being used,. Please check with Northern Print before booking.
  • Workshops can also be tailored for pupils with special educational needs.

 

 

Northern Print is an Arts Award Centre.  Click here for details of how  we can assist with your project.

 

Print Workshops

Half Day Workshops £175+vat to include materials (10.00 – 12.30 or 1.00 – 3.30)

You can choose from:
Monoprint
Drypoint
Lino cut
Woodblock
Screenprinting using paper stencils
Mono-collagraphs
Hand printing on textiles

 

One Day Workshops £300+vat to include materials (10.00 – 4.00 with 1 hour for lunch)

You can choose from:
Monoprint
Drypoint
Lino cut
Woodblock
Screenprinting using paper stencils
Mono-collagraphs
Hand printing on textiles
Collagrpahs
Etching
Photo-etching
Photo screen printing
Photo screenprinting on textiles


 

Option 1
A half day workshop gives students the opportunity for an intensive introduction to one printmaking technique.

Option 2
A one day session made up from two half day workshops giving students the opportunity to explore two different print making techniques. A typical taster day would include for example, Lino cuts plus Drypoint; allowing students to use both relief and intaglio methods of printing.

Option 3
Choose one print technique and explore this in more depth.  This is particularly suitable for students wanting to develop one specific area.

All of these options support an extended use of media in relation to the curriculum and can provide work for sketchbooks and final outcome pieces.


Dates
2017

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