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Live Print programme - 24 September

Posted on: 23 Sep 2016

Demonstration

Live ve print programme with artists at work - 2.30 - 5.30pm . Artists demonstrate print techniques in our traditional studio. Artists include:

Clare Grossman - Etching

Guy Butters - Etching

Jade They - Linocut

Lucy Farley - Monoprint/, Stone Lithography

Chisato Tamabayashi - Screenprinting

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A special open day event in the studio, to coincide with London Design Festival 2016. Visitors will be able to see the print studio as it’s intended, with well known artists printing their work in the screen printing, etching and lithography areas. Questions welcome from the public to the artists, and technicians. Please feel free to bring in your own work if you would like some help with ideas for developing your project. The digital studio will also be open for viewing and for questions about digital inkjet printing services.

12 – 1pm Print Studio Co Ordinator Darren van der Merwe project demonstration

2.30pm – 5.30pm Artists at Work in the studio

Clare Grossman - Etching

Guy Butters - Etching

Jade They - Linocut

Lucy Farley - Monoprint/, Stone Lithography

Chisato Tamabayashi - Screenprinting

Drop in throughout the day to learn about becoming a member, our courses, and the many opportunities we offer at londonprintstudio.

Catch our latest exhibition of linocut prints by Andrzej Klimowski in the gallery. ‘What Ho!’ features the linocuts he made for P. G. Wodehouse, installations and hand made props. There are also prints, many of which are for sale. Klimowski’s designs – originally for the Everyman Wodehouse series – illustrate all 95 books written by Wodehouse during his lifetime.

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londonprintstudio is an artist-run, not-for-profit artists studio, workspace, publisher and gallery based in West London. With traditional printmaking equipment as well as a digital studio, there is a gallery, a wide range of courses, access to specialist technicians and large format printing. londonprintstudio works with artists, community organisations, galleries, educational institutions and the public. Creative collaboration is at the heart of the studio's practice.

Founded in 1974 by John Phillips and Pippa Smith, under the name Paddington Printshop, londonprintstudio works with established and emerging artists while developing varied community based art projects. Over the years clients have ranged from the Sex pistols to Lucian Freud: social campaigns have included stop and search, tenants rights and property speculation. Recent projects include the international exchange of artists portfolios between London and Tehran, celebrating the artistic spirit in both capitals and the development of creative work based training and experience for young graphic novelists and illustrators. Alongside the gallery dedicated to contemporary printmaking, the studio offers a wide range of courses, and access to printmaking facilities for artists and the public.

We welcome people from different backgrounds to join us; as well as open access facilities, there a lots of events and courses; there's a postgraduate printmaking programme; and there's a residency programme for artists.