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Printmaking / Virtual

Printmaking / Virtual

The Printmaking students' work continues, creating plates and proofing the final product can be achieved by the Tutor. Through discussion, and direction on Zoom. Weekly Topics will be offered, discover new methods and media.

Examples of work that can be achieved:

Students can work on plates at home, to be returned, dropped off & printed at the school the following week.

2. A plate with ground pre prepared plates (prepared at the school and delivered to you). Etching needles can be purchased from the school, let us know if you need one.

3. Linocuts/relief prints can be made, and printed at home, under direction, but also can be printed at the school by the tutor for you.

4. Monotypes similarly - under direction, can be printed at home.

3. Photo processes: work/images can be drawn on film, or prepared by the student, to photocopy in the office, then transferred onto plate, and printed.#

What's the format?

An interactive online art learning experience in your own home, with 3-hour weekly classes over 6 weeks delivered via Zoom by your tutor from the art school's spacious studios.

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Tutor

Theresa Pateman

After studying Foundation, and gaining a BA at Coventry School of Art & Design, Theresa worked as a Free-lance Illustrator using Linocut and Monoprint, editioning for artist-printmakers, and learning about etching techniques. With a group of fellow graduates, she was awarded a Prince’s Trust Grant to set up a Screen-printing Workshop. Printmakers Inc. was formed in 2010 with four other established printmakers for a pop-up shop funded by Camden Council, exhibiting in Hampstead AAF and HLSI Gallery.

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How do I access my class?

HSoA Virtual classes are delivered using Zoom. Access details will be provided on your receipt and are available via your account dashboard. They will also be emailed to you the day before or 1 hour before your class starts.

Get set up

If you’re new to online learning, our Set Up Guide walks you through the steps to getting prepared for a relaxing and enjoyable experience.

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What equipment will I need?

A desktop PC/Mac, laptop or tablet with an up to date internet browser (ideally Google Chrome or Firefox) and Zoom installed, a good internet connection, well lit room and your materials.


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