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Introduction to Printmaking - Linocut Prints

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People are loving our introduction to printmaking classes held once a month.

In this three- and half-hour workshop, students will learn the fundamental skills needed to create a lino print. Through expert instruction and hands-on practice, participants will learn how to handle carving tools safely and gain an understanding of the linocut process, while learning how to use a printing press. 

Whether you are a beginner or looking to brush up on your printmaking skills, this class offers one-to-one tuition in a small group setting. No previous experience is necessary.

You can join Cecilia once a month at our ‘*Saturday social print club’ so you can continue to use our printing press with fellow printmakers and exchange ideas. 


Cecilia Jacobs is a visual artist, graphic designer, and experienced and knowledgeable printmaker having worked for Fitzroy Etching Presses and Melbourne Etching Supplies. Completing a Bachelor of Design at RMIT University, Cecilia now works predominantly in printmaking, across various techniques including lino cut reliefs, monotype, cyanotypes, and intaglio processes. 

Find out more about Cecilia and her practice;


  • How to safely and effectively use printmaking tools
  • Learn lino carving techniques
  • How to use a printing press to create your own artworks.
  • Where to purchase your own tools and equipment to undertake more printing. (Bayley Arts has started a Printing Social Club so you can continue to practice printmaking)


  • Carving tools, lino block and printing ink provided
  • Paper for testing and artist-quality paper for a small edition of prints. 
  • A social and welcoming studio environment including tea and coffee facilities and an afternoon snack.


  • Your own journal and any reference material
  • Closed shoes are required for this class
  • Art smock or apron


$110 Adult
$100 Concession

Important information

This workshop is suitable for persons 16 years and over, people aged under 18 years must be accompanied by a ticketed adult.

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