The Art School-Printmaking course is a great Introduction to Printmaking and also for anyone who has prior knowledge of Printmaking. Some of the processes that may be covered are Reduction Lino, Drypoint Etching, Collagraph and Monoprint.
Anyone can enrol; the course is open to people with previous experience and qualifications in other art media. However, good computer skills are a requirement of the course, if your computer skills are limited then this course may not be for you!
Dates and Times
19th September 2018 - 28th November 2018
6.00pm - 8.30pm
The course will cover some of the processes and techniques connected with Printmaking which may include Reduction Lino, Drypoint Etching, Collagraph and Monoprint. The course is intended for all levels but a basic knowledge of the techniques and processes would be advantageous.
After the initial introductions to these techniques, you may have the opportunity to work on individual personal projects- negotiated through the tutor, or to continue to explore these techniques and processes further.
Learning takes place in a friendly and professional environment with all appropriate health and safety provision.
Exams and Assessments
There will be no test/examination associated with this course.
There is no formal qualification and students will be able to work at their own pace. The course provides space, equipment and directed.
To other Art School courses; or to further education and higher education courses in Art, Design and Craft.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to bring my own Equipment?
All the basic equipment will be provided but you may need additional information or materials depending on the techniques covered.
How to Apply
If you wish to study this course you do not need to fill out an application form, simply call our Admissions Team on (01904) 770397 or visit our friendly team of advisors in the InfoZone, located behind the main reception desk.
If you have any questions about this course or any aspects of studying at York College please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01904) 770770.
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