Daytime Printmaking Course
Basic to Intermediate
This class is perfect for getting away from the hustle and bustle of London life. Come and relax in our cosy studio located in Battersea. Whether you’re a busy parent who would like to explore a new or existing hobby, have some extra time on your hands, or maybe you would like to learn a creative technique with like minded people - then this is the place for you.
You’ll be introduced to a range of printing techniques including:
Class sizes are kept small, so you’ll have the opportunity to explore your own technique at your own pace. Our teaching is friendly, supportive and directed towards personal development in what you would like to achieve. Why not come along with a friend and enjoy it together?
What experience do I need?
You can be a complete beginner or already have experience. The tutor will take you step by step on all processes. Due to our intimate class, you have a choice of taking part within the group or working more independently.
What will I go home with?
Over the course you will go home with many variations of prints, some days you may spend more time on the plate itself however the next session you can print from 10 - 15 prints on the size of A5-A4 sizes of paper. If you decide to carry on to the next 4 week course you have the chance to use our bigger press which can take up to A1 size.
Do I have to bring any materials?
We provide all materials including tools, inks, rollers, plates, plastic and paper. If you would like to produce a more than average of prints you can either bring your own paper or buy some at the studio.
What if I can't turn up to a class?
You will need to specify dates you will be attending, and pay the full amount before the first class. We require a minimum of seven days notice to cancel or transfer the session.
What if the course is cancelled?
We reserve the right to cancel the course for any reason, this may be down to insufficient bookings etc. In the event of a cancellation we shall of course give you a full refund.
Teacher | Luke Wade