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Berwick Educational Association Workshops: Propaganda of Print: a reductive lino printing workshop

Berwick Educational Association are hosting a series of six practical art workshops inspired by the works of women artists in Berwick Visual Arts Spirited exhibition on display at the Granary Gallery, giving amateur and professional artists the opportunity to try out some of the techniques used by artists in the Spirited exhibition. 

Workshop 2 - Propaganda of Print: a reductive lino printing workshop
Using both the work within the exhibition and the particular aesthetic of the suffrage movement we will create lino cuts using the reductive method favoured by Sybil Andrews, one of the artists in the exhibition. Please note we will be working on the 5th floor of the YHA building for this session only, access by stairs or lift.

All materials and comprehensive instruction into the lino cutting process will be given.


All workshops
1. Women Painting Women: an acrylic painting workshop - 7 June
2. Propaganda of Print: a reductive lino printing workshop - 21 June
3. Sculptors Drawings: an excercise in mixed media - 5 July
4. The Figure in the Landscape: drawing and painting in watercolour or gouache - 12 July
5. Constructing a Narrative: adding meaning to your work - 19 July
6. Abstraction and Mark Making from the Landscape: experiments in composition and mixed media - 26 July

Each workshop, which can be booked separately, will focus on a different subject and range of techniques and media. Each workshop will be led by local artist Gill Walton, and will begin with a 30-minute tour of the exhibition led by Prof Maria Chester. Each class is limited to 10 students.



View the full public programme of events for Spirited - Women Artists from The Ingram Collection of Modern Art HERE.
Year: 2018
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