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7 Print Making Courses at Heatherleys School Of Fine Art

'The Heatherley School of Fine Art is unique. Founded in 1845 it is the oldest independent art college in the country and has never lost its...'

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Beginning with monoprint the week explores a wide range of etching techniques from linear to painterly, including drypoint, aquatint, sugarlift and multi-plate colour printing, suitable for all levels,...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£345

Paper clay is an amazing material to work with. Mixing paper fibres with a clay body enables you to create complex structures and sculpt with it at any stage. Wet, leather hard and even bisque fired. As...more

Duration: 5 days

Multiple levels

No Qualification

From£345

Full time
From£345

Maggie will offer an introduction to printmaking in general, including a brief illustrated talk. You will have the choice to try out an exciting range of techniques including screenprinting, monoprinting,...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£345
From£296

A course to help you develop your skills in drawing and printmaking through a series of short projects based on still life and figurative subjects. A wide range of drawing media will be explored during...more

Duration: 11 weeks

Beginner

No Qualification

From£296

Part-time evening
From£330

This course introduces you to exciting new techniques in image making. The programme includes monoprinting, etching and stone lithography and studies the way that other artists, such as Picasso and...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Beginner

No Qualification

From£330
From£660

A course for students with printmaking experience looking to expand their knowledge of etching, collagraph, relief printing, screen printing, lithography and mono printing. Teaching methods will include...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Advanced

No Qualification

From£660

Part-time day
From£660

A workshop-based course covering etching, aquatint, drypoint, woodcut, lithography and silk screen printing through experimentation and drawing. You can also choose to work on a more independent basis and...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Intermediate

No Qualification

From£660