Thursday Evening Printmaking Session / Linocut

Image Credit: Megan Hall

Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard Plymouth PL1 3QQ

Thursday 23 August 2018
Admission Fee: 34.12
Booking essential
To book please go to Eventbrite link above

This is a third one of a series of August Thursday evening supported sessions at the Print Studio. Each evening will start with a short demo to a different printmaking technique, after which participants will have time to work on their personal projects. All sessions are scheduled on Thursdays, 5-8pm, but please note we won't be meeting on the 16th August.

These sessions are aimed at those who need a boost in their printmaking confidence, but also would like to learn some new skills. One-to-one support will be provided. There are the following print techniques on the menu:

2 Aug - monoprint / 9 Aug - drypoint / 23 Aug - linocut / 30 Aug - monotype screen-printing

You are welcome to sign-up to all the sessions or can just choose one or two. There's a separate Eventbrite created for each evening. Please note that booking is essential.

Terms & Conditions

  • There are limited number of places on each workshop.
  • Organiser reserves the right to cancel the workshop if there’s insufficient number of participants.
  • Cancellation policy: If you need to cancel your place we operate the following refund policy: Up to 4 weeks before the workshop – full refund / 1-4 weeks before the workshop – 50% refund / Less than 1 week before the workshop – no refund.

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