Printmaking

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Length 8 Weeks
Site West Durrington Campus Map
Attendance Evening
Course Code ECL078
Tutor Gary Goodman
Day / Time Wednesday - 18:30-21:00
Start 24-Apr-2019
Fees
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£146.00 £109.50 £73.00 £0 Not Applicable

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About this Course


An enjoyable hands-on printmaking course suitable for beginners and those with some experience of printmaking. You will be experimenting with four different techniques: Monoprinting, Lino printing, Drypoint etching and Screen printing.

 

Course Content

Monoprinting, Lino Printing, Drypoint Etching and Screen Printing. Developing ideas and creating printing blocks, plates and stencils for the different processes. Experimenting with printing in monochrome and colour, both by hand and using the various presses & equipment in the print room.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to produce a series of prints using four different printmaking techniques.

Progression/Career Path

More advanced printmaking workshops.


Work can form part of a portfolio for application to a Foundation Course in Art & Design and other Further and Higher Education Courses

Other Costs

Students will need to bring:


Reference material to work from e.g. photographs and drawings. A pen, pencil, glue stick, scissors, craft knife and apron.


Printing plates, blocks, inks and assorted papers are provided but you may wish to bring some additional papers for printing as advised.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Gary Goodman is a painter and poet. He has exhibited his paintings and prints and has performed his poetry around the world: from the frozen wastes of Norway and Alaska down to the warmth of New Zealand and the Southern States of USA.

What Past Students Say

  • “Excellent clear tuition explaining the processes, equipment and materials. Also great fun”
  • “A very good taster for techniques I have not done before, e.g. lino cutting. I liked it and booked the next dedicated course in September”
  • “Lovely atmosphere amongst the students. Highly enjoyable.”
  • “ Very helpful guidance”
  • “Great introduction to printmaking. Feel like I can now explore specific techniques having made a start”
  • “Excellent tutor and very enjoyable course,”

Course Content

Monoprinting, Lino Printing, Drypoint Etching and Screen Printing. Developing ideas and creating printing blocks, plates and stencils for the different processes. Experimenting with printing in monochrome and colour, both by hand and using the various presses & equipment in the print room.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to produce a series of prints using four different printmaking techniques.

Progression/Career Path

More advanced printmaking workshops.


Work can form part of a portfolio for application to a Foundation Course in Art & Design and other Further and Higher Education Courses

Other Costs

Students will need to bring:


Reference material to work from e.g. photographs and drawings. A pen, pencil, glue stick, scissors, craft knife and apron.


Printing plates, blocks, inks and assorted papers are provided but you may wish to bring some additional papers for printing as advised.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Gary Goodman is a painter and poet. He has exhibited his paintings and prints and has performed his poetry around the world: from the frozen wastes of Norway and Alaska down to the warmth of New Zealand and the Southern States of USA.

What Past Students Say

  • “Excellent clear tuition explaining the processes, equipment and materials. Also great fun”
  • “A very good taster for techniques I have not done before, e.g. lino cutting. I liked it and booked the next dedicated course in September”
  • “Lovely atmosphere amongst the students. Highly enjoyable.”
  • “ Very helpful guidance”
  • “Great introduction to printmaking. Feel like I can now explore specific techniques having made a start”
  • “Excellent tutor and very enjoyable course,”