Printmaking Workshops

Image Credit: Sophia by Adam Grose [Linocut]

Creative Innovation Centre CIC, The Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton, Somerset TA1 3PF

01823 337477
[email protected]

Friday 05 July 2019 – Friday 02 August 2019
09:30 - 12:30
Opening Hours: 09:00 - 16:00
Admission Fee: £12 per session | £60 all sessions
Booking essential
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The print workshops will explore a variety of printmaking methods and techniques including: linocut, woodcut, monotypes and zinc etching.

These lessons listed on CICCIC's website will investigate the techniques involved with each printing method, investigating and exploring ways of utilising methods of producing prints for all levels of learning, beginner to experienced.  Through sharing knowledge and techniques, these will enable using printmaking creativity in the home or in a small studio space.

Learners will need to bring sketchbooks/ images and a few drawing implements.  Other materials like easycut lino, wood, tools, paper, pigments/ ink and printing press will be supplied by the artist/ tutor. 

Please check CICCIC's website for further details and booking your sessions.

Tel: 01823 337477

E-mail: [email protected]

Further information and work by Artist/ Tutor Adam Grose (MA PGCE RWAAN) can be viewed at:

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