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Reduction Lino Print Taught by Lucy Parris Feb 11

About Lucy Parris:

"As a printmaker I love the slightly unpredictable nature of the reduction lino method. Colour is what excites me as an artist and I am always happy experimenting with how inks combine to produce complex and beautiful prints. Before recently relocating to Hong Kong I completed an MA Fine Art and was lucky enough to work as a support technician at the Birmingham City University Print Workshop supporting artists and students in their own learning journeys. I have exhibited in Hong Kong and the UK and most recently at IMPACT 11." - Lucy Parris

 

Course details:

When:  February 11, 2023 Saturday 10am- 5pm (Lunchtime for 1hr at 12pm). Please arrive 10 mins before class starts

Deadline for booking this course: Feb 10, 2023 5pm

Where: L5-24 JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

香港九龍石夾尾白田街30JCCAC L5-24

Class size: 6 students

What students need to bring:Picture of a HK scenery/architecture that you like. Not necessary as we will also provide some pictures for you to use.

Class taught in English with Cantonese assistance provided. All materials provided by the studio. 

Lesson objective:

During the course you will design, cut and print a small edition of A5 sized, three colour print, prior experience of cutting lino or wood is an advantage but not essential. 

Students will take their lino block and an edition of 6 prints home at the end of the session. You are encouraged to bring something to put your prints and bring home safely.

About the Lino technique:

Reduction Lino is a method of relief printing whereby multi-coloured images can be printed using one lino block. Through a process of multiple cuttings and printings, a series of coloured layers is printed one over the other to produce the final image. Lino has been used by artists since the late 1800’s, most notably the reduction method was favoured by Picasso. Cut and printed in a similar way to woodcut, lino has grown in popularity due to the ease of cutting and its smooth printing surface.

 

Terms:

Minimum intake

Please note that we have a minimum participant intake in order to run our courses. This course has a minimum intake of 3 people to run. If there is less than 3 participants we may cancel/postpone this course, and we will issue a full refund. Participants will be notified by email if we cancel this course.

Student cancellation

Please note we do not offer refunds to student cancellations. We only offer 70% refund to students who are sick or have close contact or positively contracted covid. We require student to show us an official doctors note in order to receive the refund amount. Students must let us know at least 24 hours before class time starts in order to fulfil the refund criteria.

If we cancel the course for other reasons

If the art teacher becomes ill or has an emergency issue that requires us to cancel or postpone the lesson, we will notify students by email by 9pm the day before the class starts, and full refunds will be issued to all students.

 

    Class: Feb 11

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