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Introduction to printmaking - Reduction Lino printing

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Event description

Bayley Arts is fast becoming a popular hub for printmakers and people are loving our introduction to printmaking classes held once a month.

Join artist Cecilia Jacobs in a special workshop focused on the fundamentals of reduction lino printing. 

Learn how to use layering and reduce a block lino to create a multi-layered print. This is a great opportunity for students who have come to our previous lino class to expand on what they have learnt or for students new to relief printing. You will also learn how to use a printing press and the type of tools and papers used for printmaking. 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. 

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. 

Cost

$110 or $100 concession (includes tools and materials)
Max of 6 students.  

ABOUT CECILIA JACOBS

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;
https://www.ceciliajacobs.com.au/

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN;

  • How to safely use the printing press and printing tools
  • Learn relief printing techniques
  • Where to purchase your own tools and equipment to undertake more printing. (Join our Social Print Club so you can continue to practice printmaking)

WHAT YOU WILL GET

  • Lino, tools and 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.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Any reference material
  • Art smock or apron

Important information

This workshop is suitable for persons 16 years and over.


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Refund policy

Cancellation and Refunds Bayley Arts reserves the right to cancel this event if the workshop does not reach the minimum number of students or the workshop facilitator falls ill. If Bayley Arts cancels this event you are entitled to a full refund. If you are no longer able to attend the class, you’re welcome to send someone in your place OR • a refund can be requested 5 days before the class starts. • A credit note can be requested 4 days before the class starts free of charge. • No changes will be allowed after these times.