Linocut & Printmaking Workshop, 9-14yrs, with Susannah Lovegrove
Thursday 16th July
10.30am - 1pm
£30 - suitable for ages 9 - 14
We hope your children will join us for a super fun Printmaking Workshop, where they'll learn how to carve and print their very own linocuts.
Using props to inspire their imagination, they will be shown how to make a design and then create their own lino carving ready for some colourful printmaking!
As Linocut tools are quite sharp, we make sure each student understands how to use the tools safely before proceeding. We will be using Easy Cut, which is a softer material than lino and easier for younger artists to carve.
There will be plenty of time to experiment and explore the medium before beginning the final piece, where your children will learn how to ink up their own plate and hand burnish their print using a spoon!
The workshop includes all materials and a snack, but please make sure your children are wearing messy/loose clothes!
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
PLEASE NOTE: as of March 2020 we have had to add VAT to all our prices - to minimise this added expense for you, we have lowered our workshop and course prices before added the 20%. This means the prices are a little bit higher, but we (the school and tutor) have absorbed some of the extra cost. We apologise for the slight price increase.
Summer Holidays: Linocut & Printmaking, 9-14yrs, with Susannah Lovegrove
All of our glorious tutors are self-employed which means that if a student cancels and we are unable to fill the space, this leaves our tutor in the lurch – missing out on one student’s fees can have a big impact on a tutor’s income. Please be considerate. We ask that you make extra sure that you are able to make the dates of this course before booking as we regret, we are unable to offer refunds. We reserve the right to cancel a class in unusual circumstances. We try to avoid this wherever possible, but sometimes it cannot be avoided. In this situation, of course, a full refund will be given. We're sorry but the Henley School of Art can not be financially responsible for extreme weather conditions or any other situations that are out of our control.