Printmaking

Printmaking

Course Information

Cambridge Campus, 28/04/2023, 13:00
Start Date: 28/04/2023
End Date:07/07/2023
Days: FRI
Location: Cambridge Campus
Duration: 10 Weeks
Start Time: 13:00
End Time: 15:00
Code: CV5LPT3
Type: Part Time
Fees: £160
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This popular course introduces beginners to the basics of print-making techniques, but includes scope for more experienced students to extend their knowledge and skills in traditional and contemporary practice.

We have a dedicated, well-equipped, specialist print studio. You will be taught by an experienced tutor who is also a practising print-maker.

Ten-week sessions cover Relief printmaking including techniques such as Mono-print, Lino and Collagraphs in the first term, Screen-printing in the second term and Intaglio printmaking techniques such as Drypoint, in the third term. All abilities welcome, you will be working in a mixed ability group.

Some basic materials will be supplied throughout the course but you may need to purchase further specialist materials.

Recruitment - if we do not recruit to our target numbers we will try to offer the courses at reduced hours, or merge classes on different nights. If a course does not recruit enough students to run, you will receive a refund. Please refer to the Adult Course Guide for guidance on other refund issues.

Why study at Cambridge Regional College?
• Light airy studios
• Staff knowledge and expertise
• Opportunity to meet like-minded people

About the Course

This popular course introduces beginners to the basics of print-making techniques, but includes scope for more experienced students to extend their knowledge and skills in traditional and contemporary practice.



We have a dedicated, well-equipped, specialist print studio. You will be taught by an experienced tutor who is also a practising print-maker.



Ten-week sessions cover Relief printmaking including techniques such as Mono-print, Lino and Collagraphs in the first term, Screen-printing in the second term and Intaglio printmaking techniques such as Drypoint, in the third term. All abilities welcome, you will be working in a mixed ability group.



Some basic materials will be supplied throughout the course but you may need to purchase further specialist materials.



Recruitment - if we do not recruit to our target numbers we will try to offer the courses at reduced hours, or merge classes on different nights. If a course does not recruit enough students to run, you will receive a refund. Please refer to the Adult Course Guide for guidance on other refund issues.



Why study at Cambridge Regional College?

• Light airy studios

• Staff knowledge and expertise

• Opportunity to meet like-minded people

Progression

You could progress onto other Art and Design courses at Cambridge Regional College.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements to join this course.

Assessment

Informal verbal assessment will take place during each session on a one-to-one or group presentation/critique basis.

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