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New Workshops!

Thursday, August 25, 2016

As September swiftly approaches we at Handprinted are readying the studio for a packed schedule of workshops next term!

Our Fab Friday workshops begin again on the 16th September. These workshops take place every Friday morning during term time and cover a whole range of printmaking and dyeing techniques including batik, relief printing, screen printing and natural dyeing.

These workshops are suitable for beginners as well as those with experience and offer a relaxed environment in which to try out a new skill.

We are also opening our studio to a fantastic range of guest tutors this term! Join artist Karin Moorhouse for a two day workshop exploring monotype printing (as seen in the image above). Prints are made by painting directly onto a plate and printed using an etching press.

Ian Phillips is back for another Reduction Linocut Workshop in October, Amanda Duke is joining us for Gelli Printing and David Peduzzi is back for another fantastic Wood Engraving Workshop!

Polly Papercuts has created a special Papercut Christmas Card Workshop in which you can create a papercut and use it to screen print your own set of cards.

We are very lucky to have Will Dyke teaching relief printmaking in the studio every Thursday morning starting in September. These casual sessions will enable you to receive as much tuition as you would like and work on projects at your own pace. Attend as many sessions as you need.

After the amazing success of our batik workshops we are introducing a Four Weeks of Batik course! Over four Tuesday mornings, learn to create beautiful batiks on paper and fabric using hot waxes and dyes.

Our other new courses include a full day of Block Printing onto Fabric coming up in September, Cyanotype in October and Screen Printing onto Fabric in November!

To see the whole range of our upcoming workshops or to book a place, visit our Workshops Page!

 


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