We offer both Introductory and Intermediate Courses in Screen Printing.
The Introduction to Screen Printing Courses explore the different techniques for developing screen print, initially using paper and hand painted stencils and then moving onto photographic stencils and combinations of the two.
The Intermediate Screen Printing Courses give a more comprehensive understanding of the technique and procedure involved in screen printing. It focuses on professional workshop practice and editioning with multiple layers/colours.Find out more
Intaglio Printmaking refers to a printing method in which the printing elements are all below the plate surface, having been cut, scratched, engraved, or etched into the plate to form ink-retaining grooves.
We offer offer Introductory and Intermediate Courses in different forms of Intaglio Printmaking including Etching & Photopolymer.Find out more
Stone Lithography is a printing method that is based on the principle that oil and water do not mix. Using a greasy substance, an image is drawn or painted on to a flat stone. The stone is then processed and printed.
We offer both Introductory and Intermediate Courses in Stone Lithography.Find out more
Letterpress is a term for the relief printing of text and image using a ‘type high’ printing press, in which a reversed, raised surface is inked and then pressed in to a sheet of paper to obtain an image.
We offer Introductory Courses in Photopolymer for Vandercook Letterpress which focus on using photopolymer plates, on which digital artwork can be exposed and then printed using the Vandercook press.Find out more
Our Digital Studio can provide one to one training in:
- Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, for all levels of expertise from beginners to masterclasses.
- Preparing images for inkjet printing and traditional printmaking.
- Retouching and manipulating images.
- Layout, design and composition of images.