Spike Print Studio Learning Programme End of Year Show

Centrespace Gallery, Bristol, BS1 1EA

0117 929 1234
info@centrespacegallery.com
http://www.centrespacegallery.com

Friday 15 July 2016 – Wednesday 20 July 2016
Opening Hours: Open daily: 10 - 4pm

Preview

Saturday 16 July, 10am - 1pm

Spike Print Studio in Bristol is the largest open-access print studio in the South West and a co-founding, not for profit studio group of Spike Island. Our spacious studio provides a creative environment for artists to explore their work and offers technical support for them to produce original prints. Our Learning Programme is well established, with highly experienced tutors and a strong reputation. This exhibition celebrates the success, creativity and hard work of the students who have completed our courses. Their work represents the exciting range of processes that we offer, with examples from screenprinting, relief printing, etching, photopolymer, textile screenprinting, cyanotype, letterpress and collagraph.

For the first time we are showing work produced on our NEW 1 Year Portfolio Courses, which launched in September 2015. The success of these is reflected in the high quality of work on show and an expanded programme for 2016 that includes Textile Design Screenprinting and Paper Structures.

For further information about any of our courses please view our website or contact the studio.
We are always happy to talk to you.

www.spikeprintstudio.org
0117 929 0135
info@spikeprintstudio.org

 

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