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An Introduction to Print Making

18 July 2020

This is a pre-book only event. Tickets go on sale on 24 February 2020 at 10:00.

We recommend you book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

An Introduction to Print Making

18 July 2020

Join us for a day in our print workshop, make your own intaglio drypoint print using Perspex and a printing-press. You will be able to learn about mark-making, qualities of line and composition and complete the full process of drypoint, from cutting an image to producing a complete print. Bring your own A4 images or use photographs of the Museum provided for inspiration.

This course is ideal for all levels of experience from confident artists to amateurs alike.

More about drypoint print:

Intaglio drypoint is a printmaking method that involves scratching lines into a plate to create an image, the lines hold the ink to reveal the drawing.

Drypoint is an easy technique to get to grips with and is a great method if you would like to take your drawings into print. 

Course Tutor: James Millichamp

Booking Details

Tickets will go on sale Mon 24 Feb, 10am

Priority booking for Members will open from Mon 17 Feb, 10am

Become a Member to receive priority booking and 20% off your event ticket* plus, a host of other benefits.

Join online today

Already a member? You will need to be logged into your account to access priority booking. Login to our ticketing site and book online today or for telephone bookings call our Sales & Ticketing Team on 0121 520 8054 (mon-Fri, 10am-4pm) and have your membership account details ready.

*T&C's apply

This event is a pre-ticketed event - UnChained passes are not valid for entry. We would like to remind you that tickets are non-transferable and we strongly advise that you do not purchase tickets from online third party sellers.

Please note should you wish to receive your tickets by post (rather than email) there will be a £3 admin fee. 


Important information

Time: 10am – 4pm.

Cost: £50 (inc VAT) per person includes a certificate of completion, use of materials and tools necessary to the course, admission to the Museum, car parking, lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Pre-booking is essential.

 

This course is part of our IgnitEd programme -  Find out about similar   Heritage Skills Courses

 

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