31 August 2019
Freedom of the Press
The aim of this course is to provide a forum for sharing thoughts, influences and approaches through an intensive period of working alongside one another. We will explore the collaborative potential of printmaking and will work together to create an experimental print studio for the production of new art and ideas. Hands-on production will be complemented by regular group discussions to give us an opportunity to share material that matters to each of us.
Over the course of three weeks, our studio will be used to pursue both individual and collective approaches. An introduction to mono-printing and screen-printing techniques will form a basis for an explorative approach to print, and we will devise alternative printing processes of our own making. It is important to note that this course is not focused on perfecting printmaking techniques; rather, it explores the myriad ways in which print can be, and is used, and it invites you to consider print’s relationship to the dissemination of knowledge, social and political activism and art.
Open to anyone interested in fine arts
EUR 0: EUR 950: Regular fee
EUR 710: Reduced fee for students
Send application for grants by 3 April 2019. Link on official website