Two day Printmaking project at UCL and at your school or college
This two-day workshop will introduce students to the art of drypoint etching and give them practical printmaking skills.

They will study and draw from original prints to learn about technique, symbolism and composition. They will be introduced to our world-class university, meet students and find out about studying Art at the Slade School of Fine Art.

Day 1: A morning visit to UCL Art Museum to study and draw from original prints. Visit to the Slade Print Studio in the afternoon where your students will meet art students to find out how they use printmaking in their practice. They will see printmaking techniques in action, and create and print co-produced etching.

Day 2:  An artist led hands-on workshop in your school/ college. All materials provided and a mini- etching studio will come to your institution. Your students will make and print a drypoint etching.

Autumn term dates to be confirmed shortly. Please email to register your interest.

Key Information
Free project for state schools from the boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets, and Waltham Forest.
Booking open for 2019-2020 academic year
Spaces are limited and we can accomodate three schools per term
Key Stage 4-5
Maximum of 18 students
All workshops are free but there is a charge if a workshop is cancelled without 14 days’ notice
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Really informative and inspiring – great for the students to observe University and Studio life and think about future plans.”
This was a fantastic opportunity for students and also staff. Very well organised, thoroughly enjoyable day.
- Teachers' feedback

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