Lino printmaking is a method of relief printing which involves carving a drawing into a soft linoleum block, rolling a thin layer of ink over it, and then transfer the image onto paper to make a print. The areas where you have carved away reveal the paper beneath
You will have the opportunity to explore simple techniques for carving a print block and experiment with positive, negative and multiple colour printing. This workshop is perfect for beginners but please be aware that you will be using carving tools which needs a small amount of pressure with your hands.
Tutor: Lindsey Southworth
Originally a textile print designer, Lindsey has been teaching arts and crafts for over 10 years. Lindsey’s aim is to make art accessible to everyone and believe we can all create something spectacular…and have fun doing it!
Book your space on intro to lino printing at Hampshire Cultural Trust’s West End Centre, Aldershot now!
Term: Monday 13 January – 30 March (no class w/c 17 February)
We offer a 40% reduction on our classes and workshops for anyone in receipt of low-income benefits (e.g. jobseekers’ allowance and including pension credit but not state pension). If you qualify for a discount you must book at West End Centre in person and bring proof of your entitlement.