Printmaking: Lino Printing Intermediate

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Length 8 Weeks
Site West Durrington Campus Map
Attendance Evening
Course Code ECL392
Tutor Karolyn Mnich
Day / Time Wednesday - 18:30-21:00
Start 09-Jan-2019
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About this Course



A Lino printing course for those who with some experience of relief printmaking or who have taken the beginners' course. Students will be able to develop and build on previous knowledge and skills in lino printing.

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Course Content

  • Designing and creating a series of lino blocks
  • Experimenting further with single and multiple blocks
  • Developing work using the reduction print process
  • Inking up and printing in black & white and colour
  • Printing by hand and with the Britannia relief printing press
  • Printing onto different papers and prepared surfaces

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to produce a series of lino cut prints showing more advanced experimentation with a wide range of lino printing methods.

Progression/Career Path

Try out other printmaking processes on our Saturday workshops or evening classes, or use the work as part of a portfolio for applying to Art & Design courses in Further and Higher Education.

Other Costs

Bring some reference material to work from e.g. photographs or drawings. Also bring an apron, scissors, pencil, plus linocutting tools if you have them.


Lino blocks, printing inks and assorted papers are provided.

How to Enrol

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

The Tutor

Karolyn Mnich MA (sequential design &illustration ) freelance illustrator and printmaker with over 20 years experience teaching Art & Design in Further Education

What Past Students Say

  • “Excellent clear tuition explaining the processes, equipment and materials. Also great fun”
  • “ Course was well organised. Karolyn let us know at the beginning of the course the requirements for each week. Facilities were good”
  • “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

  • Designing and creating a series of lino blocks
  • Experimenting further with single and multiple blocks
  • Developing work using the reduction print process
  • Inking up and printing in black & white and colour
  • Printing by hand and with the Britannia relief printing press
  • Printing onto different papers and prepared surfaces

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to produce a series of lino cut prints showing more advanced experimentation with a wide range of lino printing methods.

Progression/Career Path

Try out other printmaking processes on our Saturday workshops or evening classes, or use the work as part of a portfolio for applying to Art & Design courses in Further and Higher Education.

Other Costs

Bring some reference material to work from e.g. photographs or drawings. Also bring an apron, scissors, pencil, plus linocutting tools if you have them.


Lino blocks, printing inks and assorted papers are provided.

How to Enrol

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

The Tutor

Karolyn Mnich MA (sequential design &illustration ) freelance illustrator and printmaker with over 20 years experience teaching Art & Design in Further Education

What Past Students Say

  • “Excellent clear tuition explaining the processes, equipment and materials. Also great fun”
  • “ Course was well organised. Karolyn let us know at the beginning of the course the requirements for each week. Facilities were good”
  • “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,”