Ten week course
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In response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, bookings for our Spring term of classes are temporarily closed. We are currently working with tutors to reschedule courses and will provide updates on revised dates at the earliest opportunity.
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Please read our Booking Terms and Conditions below carefully before booking.
Who is this class suitable for?
This is an intermediate course, suitable for those who have prior knowledge of printing techniques.
During this course you will develop additional skills and techniques, work on individual projects and build on previous learning.
What will be covered in the class?
Printing techniques covered in this course include monotype, gelli print, reduction lino printing and lino etching.
The course also offers people the chance to learn how to process and develop photosensitive screens for silk screen printing as well as use of stencils and freehand screen printing.
There will also be opportunity to combine printing techniques on a range of surfaces, develop repeats and register prints.
The art studio is situated at the top of a flight of stairs. Tools are all light and accessible. Work benches are not currently height adjustable.
What to bring?
All basic printing materials will be included. You should bring a sketchbook or notebook, a scalpel and a permanent marker.
Additional costs may be incurred for specialist materials. Your tutor will advise on what materials you should purchase to print on as the course progresses.
Alondene Phillips originally studied a BA (Hons) in Printed Textile Design. During her BA she had the opportunity to study ceramics and discovered a lifelong passion. She has continued to study ceramics over the past 8 years and in 2017 returned to study an MA in Fine Art with a focus on Ceramics and Surface Design. Her practice focusses on using the print making and surface design techniques to explore different techniques and push boundaries. As a tutor Alondene aims to open up possibilities for her students and enable them to develop new skills and techniques that will inform and enhance their practice.