Multiplate Relief: Linocut & Woodcut - D1701PR04

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Tuesday, 19 Sep 2017 For 10 days

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Tutor: Theodore Ereira-Guyer

Dates: Tuesdays, 19th September – 28th November 2017

Times: 10am – 5pm

Experience Level: All Levels

Fee: £495

Explore ways of creating striking images by working with traditional and contemporary multi-plate printing techniques, combining hand cut relief plates on wood and linoleum. You will learn to work with Japanese woodcut tools and to mix and print with colour inks in register using a mechanical press. Theo Ereira-Guyer will facilitate group exercises, self-led activities and one to one tutoring to guide students through the creative process. There is a maximum of ten attendees and materials are included in the group exercises. Open Access to the studio enables you to further develop your self-led printmaking skills on Thursday evenings and alternate Saturdays. The studio is a low-toxic environment with dedicated printmaking facilities for professional hands-on learning. Materials are included in the course, though self-led editioning projects may require additional costs. Students benefit from the diversity of attendees, taught by internationally renowned printmaking artists at a central location, offering a unique educational experience in London.

Theo Ereira-Guyer has an MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art and has exhibited in galleries in London and Hong Kong and has work in the collections at the British Museum and the V&A. Awards include the Helen Chadwick Award and the Royal College of Art’s WIP Prize.

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