273 A

273 A


Course Aim

To provide opportunities for the development of skills and techniques of traditional printmaking, leading to the creation of a series of hand printed artworks as part of an personal printing project.

Course Description

This course gives opportunities for students who are beginning printmaking or who have some printmaking skills to work more independently to further develop their skills and work on individual projects. There will be opportunities to learn and develop skills in monoprinting, collagraph, drypoint, etching on metal and linoprinting. Students will have access to large printmaking equipment such as an etching press and a relief printing press. As well as developing their printmaking skills, students will explore the connection between art and print to develop their own creative outcomes.

Outcomes for students

Use a range of basic printmaking techniques.

 To be able to use and understand a range of different printmaking materials and equipment under supervision.

Complete a practical, personal project based on printmaking and to be able to discuss it with others.

Understand that there is a variety of styles and different techniques that apply to each printmaking technique  and use them appropriately in their own printing project.

Develop independent working practices and display confidence whilst developing their own printmaking skills.

The sessions for this course are as follows:

Autumn 2019:

Tuesdays 10:30am - 12:30pm | 1st October - 26th November

Eligibility for help with tuition fees relating to Income Related Benefits

You may not have to pay the course fee if you are:

  1.  Claiming Job Seeker's Allowance (you must provide your NI Number)

  2.  Claiming Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) in the Work Related Activity Group (you must provide your NI Number)

  3.  Claiming Universal Credit and earn less than £338 per month or household earns less than £541 per month (you must provide your NI Number)

  4.  Claiming or are dependent on someone who claims Council Tax Reduction (not single occupancy discount)

  5.  Claiming Working Tax Credit

  6.  Claiming Income Support

  7.  Claiming Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) in the Support Group

  8.  Claiming or are dependent on someone who claims Housing Benefit

  9.  Claiming Pension Guarantee Credit

  10.  Claiming Asylum in the UK.  As an Asylum Seeker you will need to have been a resident in the UK for six months or longer, have an Application Registration Card (ARC) or Standard Acknowledgement letter (SAL) and a current Asylum Support Agreement from UK Visas and Immigration.  

  11.  Unwaged and dependent on somebody in receipt of one of the above benefits (excluding Council Tax Reduction and Housing Benefit).

NB: If you are not in receipt of any of the above income-related benefits but your household income is below £20,000, you may still be eligible to apply for some support with tuition, accreditation or other fees.

If you are not sure of your status or need further information, contact the Student Support team on 0300 303 3464.

To book a place onto this course, please visit wea.org.uk

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