Art Academy Print

Art Academy Print: Daytime Courses

Tuesdays

Multiplate Relief: Linocut & Woodcut

SCULPTURE_OPEN_LIFECourse Code: D1601PR04
Tutors: Theo Ereira-Guyer
Dates: Tuesdays, 13th September – 22nd November 2016
Times: 10am – 5pm
Weeks: 10
Experience Level: Beginner / Intermediate
Fee: £495

Explore ways of creating striking images by working with traditional and contemporary multi­plate printing techniques, combining hand cut relief plates on wood and linoleum. You will learn to work with Japanese woodcut tools and to mix and print with colour inks in register using a mechanical press.
Theo Ereira­Guyer ​will facilitate group exercises, self­led activities and one to one tutoring to guide students through the creative process. There is a maximum of ten attendees and materials are included in the group exercises. Open Access to the studio enables you to further develop your self­led printmaking skills on Thursday evenings and alternate Saturdays.
The studio is a low­toxic environment with dedicated printmaking facilities for professional hands‐on learning. Materials are included in the course, though self­led editioning projects may require additional costs. Students benefit from the diversity of attendees, taught by internationally renowned printmaking artists at a central location, offering a unique educational experience in London.

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Thursdays

Drypoint, Carborundum & Collagraph

SCULPTURE_OPEN_LIFECourse Code: D1601PR06
Tutors: Sue Corke
Dates: Thursday, 15th September – 24th November 2016
Times: 10am – 5pm
Weeks: 10
Experience Level: Beginner / Intermediate
Fee: £495

This course focuses on employing both intaglio and relief techniques with collage and cardboard plate making. It focuses on the hand drawn image. Students will also learn to work with aluminium plates to make drypoint images, which can be further combined with carborundum printmaking to develop a fast and immediate style of printmaking. This course is ideal for students who wish to bring their drawing, texture and colour skills to the print studio, to complete a series of multi­plate colour prints. Guided by one to one tutoring from Sue Corke, our current Head of Print and a British printmaker with extensive professional printmaking experience, students will expand their knowledge and develop a unique self­led project.
The studio is a low­toxic environment with dedicated printmaking facilities for professional hands‐on learning. Materials are included in the course, though self­led editioning projects may require additional costs. Students benefit from the diversity of attendees, taught by internationally renowned printmaking artists at a central location, offering a unique educational experience in London.

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