Monoprint for beginners
Don’t fear the blank page!
Monoprinting and Monotype are simple, liberating and creatively serendipitous processes which enable you to make many exciting one-of-a-kind prints quickly. Best exemplified in the work of Degas, Neale Worley, Elisabeth Peyton and Tracey Emin, Monoprint and Monotype for Beginners will show you how to explore Printmaking with and without a press.
On this one-day workshop course you’ll be able to try both approaches to really experiment and create many exciting prints totake away.
Slow Fashion: Make and Mend
Breathe new life into an old favourite, in this practical and highly creative course. You will learn how to re-imagine an item of clothing or a piece of textiles, using hand sewing, embroidery, appliqué and darning.
We’ll help you develop and pursue your vision with confidence, so you can create something that is highly personal, infused with memories, and deeply embedded in the honourable folk craft tradition of making do.
Working with short poses with a fully-clothed life model, you will learn to experiment with different media and start to observe the key lines working towards the essential shapes for a fashion illustration to work.
Our methods of teaching will enhance the experienced eye as well as supporting newcomers to the idea of illustration towards observation of line, shape and silhouette.