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Print & Prosecco

Saturday, October 28

Indulge in an artistic journey, learn printing techniques, and forge new friendships while enjoying prosecco at our Print & Prosecco evening.

Join us for a captivating and creative evening at our Print & Prosecco event!

Delve into the world of artistry and craftsmanship as you explore a diverse array of printmaking techniques guided by Ocean Studios’ own artists and printmakers.

With a glass of bubbly prosecco in hand, you’ll have the opportunity to mingle and connect with fellow art enthusiasts, forging new friendships amidst laughter and creativity.

Elevate your evenings with a perfect blend of hands-on learning, socializing, and the effervescence of prosecco.

No matter your skill level, all are welcome.

Sessions are from 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Session 1: Wednesday 20th September, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

This session we will focus on using Gelli Plates to print textures, stencils, and photo transfers. It’s fun, fast and experimental.

Session 2: Saturday 28th October, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

In this session you will learn how create Intaglio prints using a drypoint process.

You will be exploring mark-making, inking up and printing on our flatbed presses.

Session 3: Wednesday 15th November, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

In this session you will be exploring the world of mono printing

You will learn how to use mark making, stencilling, and layering colours and shapes to make poster size original prints.

Cost: £30 per head (includes all materials and glass of Prosecco)

Get tickets here.

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