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Botanical-Inspired Linocut Workshop

an Intro,  with Fenja Ringl

Design and create a set of linoprints with the option of turning them into a unique set of hand made (holiday) greeting cards.  Taking inspiration from local foliage and flowers, in this one-day introductory workshop, Fenja will guide you through the possibilities of linocut printmaking, from concept and carving to equipment and printing methods, using both hand burnishing and an etching press. At the end of the day, you can expect to have produced a set of prints (or greeting cards) and you will take home your linocut plate, ready to continue confidently working and building on your newly acquired skills and knowledge in your own time.  Suitable for beginners and up! Ages 12+. **Wheelchair accessible. **Materials fee is included in workshop price.

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Intro To Drypoint Etching with Jo Hollier - 25 Nov

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Intro To Drypoint Etching


with accomplished printmaker Jo Hollier

Join renowned local artist and experienced printmaking tutor, Jo Hollier, for a creative day learning the fine points of drypoint etching.

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Introduction To Cyanotype Printing with Botanicals -  18 NOV

Intro To Cyanotype Printing 

with Botanicals

with experienced tutor & practitioner 

Kim Sinclair

Discover the magic of the historic Cyanotype print in this 4-hr workshop lead by experienced cyanotype  practitioner and tutor, Kim Sinclair

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Intro to Photopolymer Printmaking & the Folded Book  

with Master Printmaker Dianne Longley 

In this full day workshop Dianne will guide your through the steps to make a printed booklet using your own photos/drawings, including how to make-ready drawings onto plates, paper prep, inking techniques for both relief & intaglio, design a registration sheet 
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BOOKBINDING WORKSHOP:           SAT, 12 Aug, 1-4pm 

$77 Bind a Leather Journal - 15th Century-style with Joy Tonkin

INTRO To COILED BASKETRY using Natural Materials with Lisa Stevenson 

SAT 29 July, 1:30-4:40pm