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Summer School Creative Printmaking Program August Session

Monday, August 21

A diverse range of creative activities igniting children’s artistic flair and fostering their problem-solving skills and self-expression

The Summer School Creative Printmaking Program

A diverse range of creative activities such as gelli plate/ photo transfer, cyanotype, linocut, mono printing, Tetrapak prints, botanical printing, clay building, bookbinding, marbling and comic zine making.

It is a fantastic opportunity for your children to dive into a world of imagination and explore a wide variety of printmaking techniques. These workshops will not only ignite their artistic flair but also foster their problem-solving skills and self-expression.

Workshops Details:

  • July Session: 21st – 26th August, 9.30am to 12.30pm
  • £25 per person per workshop (all materials provided)
  • Age: 8-16 years old
  • Lunch bolt-on option: £5.50 per person, 12.30pm to 1.30pm, including a sandwich, snack and a drink

Workshop 1: “Under the Sea”, Monday August 21st

Workshop 2: “Superheroes”, Tuesday August 22nd

Workshop 3: “Into the Woods”, Wednesday August 23rd

Workshop 4: “Space”, Thursday August 24th

Workshop 5: “My Pets and Other Animals”, Friday August 25th

Don’t miss out on this chance to watch their confidence soar as they bring their unique visions to life.

Spaces are limited, so we encourage early registration to avoid disappointment.

Should you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at beth.munro@realideas.org. We are more than happy to assist you.

Book here.

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