Thursday mornings 9.30 – 12.30pm – Printmaking
This 10 week printmaking course offers you the opportunity to learn various printmaking techniques that will expand your creative skills set. Through a range of print methods and techniques you will increase your knowledge of print methods and techniques.
Your learning is tailored to your individual skills working within a group dynamic, with one to one tutor support which enhances your learning, practice and portfolio of work with fellow artists of all ages and abilities.
Specialist printmaking artist/ tutor Adam Grose MA will teach a range of printing methods including: zinc etching, linocut, woodcut, monoprint, monotype, collagraphy, dry-point etching, Chine-collé and many others. This course highlights the wide range of artists, historically and contemporary, who utilise printmaking.
This course welcomes all levels of ability from beginner to professional and has no specific entry requirements.
These sessions promote greater development, in-turn affording greater fluidity in your approach to your work and ideas through one to one tutorials and technical assistance, enabling time to explore your practice in greater detail.
Tutor: Adam Grose
Adam Grose is a Master in Fine Art Contemporary Practice and a member of the RWA. An experienced tutor in exploring different print methods which allows the individual to develop his or her own style of printmaking. He runs his own Fine Art practice which he has recently been exploring the fragility of knowledge, entropy and how information from past cultures and generations can be lost over the passage of time.
ALL ART GROUP SESSIONS ARE MANAGED TO GOVERNMENT COVID GUIDELINES ON SOCIAL DISTANCING AND HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES
October 15, 2020 - December 1, 2020
9:30 am - 12:30 pm