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Print in Action: A day of Creative Discovery

Saturday, February 24

A day of creativity and making at Ocean Studios by RAMP (Real Art Make Print).

Join our Print in Action event at Ocean Studios on Saturday, 24th February 2024, for a day of creative discovery, discussions, demonstrations, artist’s open studios and exhibitions.

Get ready for a day of exploring how merging artistic and printmaking processes with technology and sciences makes for more profound and exciting outcomes.

Immerse yourself in various crafts and processes, from screen printing and letterpress to mental health and well-being and digital technologies in traditional printmaking.

RAMP has organised the day as part of the Print in Action programme to explore the arts, printmaking and crafts and their impact on individuals and communities.

Wrapping up the day will be a panel discussion featuring Victoria Pomery OBE, CEO of The BoxProf. Stephen Felmingham, artist and educator, Arts University PlymouthProf. Chris Bennewith, Executive Dean, University of PlymouthProf. Carinna Parraman, Director of the Centre for Print Research, UWE, and James Mackenzie-Blackman, CEO of the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.

They will discuss ideas around developing creative places, the urban-rural divide, diversity and inclusiveness, and the long-term sustainable role of the maker. Audience members will be invited to ask questions.

RAMP is a Real Ideas platform designed to support artistic journeys at Ocean Studios. Its mission is to provide accessible studios, cultivate meaningful networks, offer unwavering support, facilitate continuous learning, and provide facilities to help people unlock their creative potential.

Book Now > https://ramp.realideas.org/whats-on/print-in-action-creative-intersections-event-791116610077/

Upcoming events

Monday, February 26
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MIRROR presents a solo exhibition by Cornwall based artist Ben Sanderson as part of South West Showcase 2024.
Tuesday, February 27
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In 1755, the impoverished Captain Ludvig Kahlen sets out to conquer the uninhabitable Danish heath in the name of the King.
Tuesday, February 27
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Jonathan Glazer (Birth, Under the Skin) offers his most ambitious film yet, displacing the usual tropes of the Holocaust drama to depict the pampered life of executioners.
Wednesday, February 28
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In 1755, the impoverished Captain Ludvig Kahlen sets out to conquer the uninhabitable Danish heath in the name of the King.

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