Art Academy Print: Daytime Courses
Printmaking in Practice (Relief)
Course Code: D1603PR03
Tutor: Theodore Ereira-Guyer
Dates: Mondays, 24th April – 26th June 2017
Times: 10am – 5pm
Experience Level: Intermediate/Advanced
This new course is aimed at experienced printmakers or recent graduates who want to continue their studies in a supported but more self-directed environment. It meets an identified demand from students who have already undertaken a number of other print courses to continue to receive a high level of technical tutoring without having to repeat skills modules they have already completed. Each person therefore proposes their own 10 week project. A maximum of eight students are in each class, individually tutored by Sue Corke (Etching: September-November) and Theo Ereira-Guyer (Relief: April-June:). Projects can be research based: e.g. investigating colour printing techniques; or subject based, e.g. developing a single edition or a series of prints based on a particular theme. Tutors will respond to your ideas and develop with you a programme of study tailored to your needs.
Theo Ereira-Guyer has an MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art and has exhibited in galleries in London and Hong Kong and has work in the collections at the British Museum and the V&A. Awards include the Helen Chadwick Award and the Royal College of Art’s WIP Prize.