Unfortunately this course is postponed until further notice.
Wednesday Afternoons | 13.30-16.30 | £300 | 10 weeks
There are dozens of techniques and styles of printmaking that are explored through our classes with Sue. From lino cutting to drypoint, collagraphs to monoprints. Different techniques are covered over the different terms and can be combined to achieve striking results. Courses start with introductions to techniques and further sessions during each term allow time for developing and investigating your own practice.
This course runs for three terms every year, each term consists of 10 Wednesday afternoon classes. We take a break over half term.
This course is suitable for those with no experience.
Click on the booking links to see if there are still spaces, if their are none available email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to go on the waiting list.
Tutor | Susan Jones
Sue is an Artist passionate about print. With 17 years experience as Lead Tutor and Studio Manager at the Curwen Print Study Centre Sue devised, developed and delivered many of the workshops including the Certificate in Printmaking Skills. Sue is a Co-Founder of the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale, an exhibition celebrating hand pulled original print by the artist.
As an artist and tutor Sue developed and delivered printmaking workshops at the British Museum, Blenheim Palace, the Fitzwilliam Museum, Kettles Yard, Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, the Zoology Museum Cambridge University to name a few. Consultancy and Artist in Residence posts include The Leys, Perse Girls School, Long Road Sixth Form, St Albans Girl School and many more. Church Street Gallery, Saffron Walden, Cambridge Contemporary Art, Espacio London and the Babylon Gallery, Ely are some of the many places she exhibits.
Working with varying and multiple print techniques Sue creates multi-layered monotypes constructed of many layers. She draws inspiration from landscape, weather, looking at chaos and control to create new emotional landscapes and visual diaries. Sue currently teaches printmaking at her own Studio in Wimbish: Stoneman Press as well as teaching at various other locations delivering a broad range of printmaking workshops and courses.
Autumn Term 2019
- Wednesdays 19th September – 27th November
- Half term break 23rd October
Spring Term 2020
- Wednesdays 15th January – 25th March
- Half term break 19th February
Summer Term 2020
- Wednesdays 30th April – 1st July
- Half term break 27th May
Location | 6 Lintech Court, Linton, Cambridgeshire, CB21 4XN, ENGLAND
Transport | The workshop is a few miles south of Cambridge city and can be reached by the route 13 buses. Follow the signs to Linton Zoo!
Participant Guidelines | Please read our participant guidelines which can be found here
Covid-19 Guidelines | Please read our covid-19 guidelines which can be found here
Access | Please note that our kitchen and toilets are on the first floor up 1 flight of stairs. If this is going to pose a problem for you please email us at email@example.com
Booking | Your reservation on a course is not complete until payment has been received.
Photos | We may take pictures during classes which may be used on our social media feeds and later in publicity. If you wish not to be in photographs please let the tutor and staff know at the start of the class.
Questions | if you have any questions or comments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Availability | No spaces left? Email us at email@example.com to go on the waiting list.