Print Making for Activism Workshop

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Gain an introduction to lino cutting to help you draw, cut and print you own activist designs.

Printmaking techniques have long been associated with protest and following in this tradition we will be using lino cutting tools to carve a design to promote green living inspired by a long history of Art in protest.

This course is run in partnership with The Print Wagon.

Key Information

Date: Saturday 16th July 2022

Time: 10am – 3.30pm

Location: The Clore Space, Hay Castle, Oxford Road, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5DG

You should wear suitable clothing – you may get mucky. Please bring a water bottle and a packed lunch for a picnic or Hay has a variety of places to buy lunch.

If you’re travelling by car, please park in the Hay-on-Wye public car-park.

Tea & Coffee available to buy from the Hay Castle Café.

What will I do and learn?

  • Have an overview of how Art has been used in protest through the ages
  • Learn how to use lino cutting tools to produce your design
  • Experiment with a range of papers, chine colle and literature de cordel
  • Understand how to use inks and printing tools to print your design



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