Printmaking workshop

Date: 22nd January 2022.

Location: Kingston Museum Kingston Museum,
Wheatfield Way
Kingston upon Thames

Cost: £10

Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Print making materials such a carving tool, pencil and ink beside a print stencil of an old church style building

Printmaking workshop with KAOS artist Louise Anderson. Louise's artwork can be seen in Climate KAOS, on display at Kingston Museum.

About this event

Join local artist, printmaker Louise Anderson in transforming your recycled materials into unique prints. Create a simple drypoint print using Tetra Pak® cartons. The workshop is highly practical and fun.

COVID-19 Guidance

In accordance with national guidelines we are asking all visitors to wear face coverings inside Kingston Museum and Kingston History Centre unless exempt. We also advise that visitors take lateral flow tests in advance, only attending venues and events if negative.If you are no longer able to attend an event due to self-isolating, please contact us using the email address listed on eventbrite. 

What you will learn:

Draw directly into Tetra Pak® carton plate
Learn to ink up Printing Plate
Use Pasta Machine as a Printing Press
Create a Print
All materials will be provided for the workshop for you to create your own print but you may wish to bring the below items for your personal use.

What To Bring?

Wear old clothes
Folder or something to take artwork home
Gloves – if you have sensitive skin, it is advisable to wear plastic gloves – A pair of marigolds is fine)
Pencils, Sharpie pen, and paintbrushes
Small craft knife/Scalpel
Images that might inspire you