2 day course – 10.30am – 5.30pm
Our intermediate course is perfect for etchers who wish to build on their techniques. This course allows participants to enhance their current skills whilst gaining an in-depth understanding of other etching techniques and processes.
With the guidance of the course tutor, participants will individually develop their own artwork. There will also be the opportunity to experiment with a range of exciting techniques such as multiplate etching, spit-bite and sugar lift . The course will be focused on improving competency and experimenting with new techniques.
Ideal for anyone who wish to improve their skills and develop their own imagery. Participants must have previous experience of etching. Our intermediate course is ideal for all participants who have attended our Introduction to Etching class.
On day one we will look at a range of examples of different etching techniques and individually assess images and decide how to best start developing an etching. Demonstrations of multiplate etching, spit bite and sugar lift will be given throughout the day.
On day two we will continue to develop imagery using the techniques learnt on day one, experimenting with colour printing and chine collé.
Participants may also bring in already etched zinc plates that they wish to develop further.
Thursday 15th & Friday 16th March 2018
There are 6 spaces available on our Intermediate Etching course, which are booked on a first-come first-served basis. If you have any queries or would like to book a place on this course please contact the studio on 020 8969 3247 or by email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively you can also book our courses online by clicking on your preferred dates on the calendar below.
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Price: £200.00 (£160.00 concessions*) Including basic materials.
*Concessions are available to the following: Studio Members, unemployed, under 25′s, full-time students, graduates of less than 2 years, senior citizens and disabled people. (proof of concession is required)