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Printmaking – Introduction

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Available for enrolment UXPKAA29 Tue 25 Apr 2023 8 Weeks 15:00 - 17:30 Aireville Campus £ 40 *
* You may be eligible for fee remission on this course, if you are, you will need to send us your evidence after enrolling.

Printmaking is a form of fine art and can include simple design work or complex intricate artwork. The course will introduce you to some of the first principles of printing processes.

Mono printing is a very simple and immediate way of making prints and can be achieved very quickly. This course will enable to you to explore this process. Lino printing is a form of printmaking where the printing plate is cut and ink applied to the surface. … The lino is then inked, a piece of paper placed over it, and then run through a printing press or pressure applied by hand to transfer the ink to the paper. The result is linocut prints. Intaglio is the reverse process from that of the relief print. Ink is forced into design work which has been scratched or scored into a surface. The inked plate is then rolled through a printing press.

The course will

  • Introduce you to the basic principles of mono printing
  • Introduce you to the basic principles of lino printing
  • Introduce you to the basic principles of intaglio printing
  • Develop your understanding of printmaking processes
  • Develop your drawing and design work
  • Introduce you to artists who work with printmaking

This course is ideal if you want to build a portfolio for further education study or develop your hobby.

Information

All materials and equipment are provided by the college and included in the course fees.

Part-time courses are term time only. See our term dates for further information.

Did you know that some of our courses are free if you earn less than £18,525 (£21,255 if you live in West Yorkshire, difference in qualifying earning amounts is due to local authority funding regulations). Call 01756 693 309 for further information.

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