This course will be of interest to students with previous experience of painting and drawing who would like to try some basic printmaking.
The focus will be on processes which do not need a press. Students will design and make prints using several different methods. They all involve creating a design on a printing plate which is then inked and the picture is transferred to paper. The prints could be framed or used as greetings cards.
- Lino cuts
- Monoprints - 3 types
- Cardboard cuts
- Health and safety
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Middle Street Resource Centre
74 Middle Street
Date / time:
Start: 21st September 2018
End: 30th November 2018
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Fees / reductions:
Tuition fee: £100
Community Learning funded. See our Financial Help page for fee reduction information.
Course code: C003873 / Q003308
There are no formal entry requirements but a good standard of English is required.
There may be opportunities to progress onto other courses both in the community and at Nottingham college sites. The course tutor can discuss appropriate opportunities for learners wishing to further their learning in this subject area.
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FREE careers and next steps advice for adults on community courses. To help you consider what to do at the end of the course, community classes will be visited by Futures, one of the leading organisations for careers advice. We have received very positive feedback from adult students who have already taken part in Futures sessions and Futures aim to make the session fun, engaging and informative for all.
You will also be able to access further advice and support from Futures after your course has finished.
Tools and equipment will be provided but you are expected to bring your own apron and pay £3 - £5 on materials depending on how many prints they wish to produce.
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