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Young people’s programme: printmaking

Workshop

● Fully booked

Saturday 18 January 2020
10am — 4pm

Printmaking at the RA

Get to grips with lino and screen-printing techniques at this free, full-day workshop for young people aged 15-19.

Adam Hogarth leads this workshop where you will learn a quick and intuitive way to produce multicoloured prints using mono screen printing. You will also have the chance to try overprinting using pre-made stencils, as well as lino cutting techniques, which can also be applied to screen prints and used in a number of versatile ways, from DIY poster making to repeat textile designs. At the end of the session you can experiment with all these different ways of printing and produce your own print to take home.

Adam Hogarth is the etching fellow at the RA Schools. He graduated from Northumbria University in 2008 with a BA Hons Fine Art, and in 2013 he graduated from The Royal College of Art with an MFA in Fine Art Printmaking. He has exhibited nationally and internationally including at the ICA as part of the 2013 New Contemporaries, The William Morris Gallery and Jyvaskyla Print Triennale, and most recently at the Royal Academy of Arts, with a display titled Spring and Summer which celebrates the life and work of Royal Academician Mary Moser. His artwork is a realisation of the slow, impending march of our individual and collective doom.

Our new young people’s programme invites students from all backgrounds, aged 15 to 19, to take part in practical art workshops. Led by professional artists, these free, day-long sessions will take inspiration from our world class exhibition programme and the RA Collection, working with new materials and discussing different approaches to making art.

● Fully booked

● Cancelled

Saturday 18 January 2020

10am — 4pm

The Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts

Free for young people aged 15 - 19. Booking required.