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In the Studio 2022

In the Studio 2022

We have had the pleasure of hosting lots of new and exciting Fab Friday workshops and wonderful Guest Tutors in 2022, exploring a variety of printmaking techniques. Take a look at this selection of work produced by students throughout the year:


Life Drawing - Mono Screen Prints with Tricia Johnson

Six Weeks of Screen Printing

Collagraph with Charles Sheerer

Repeat Pattern Block Printing onto Fabric - Fab Friday

Multi-Block Linocut with Helen Murgatroyd

Further Six Weeks of Screen Printing

Mono Screen Printing with Tessa Pearson

Our Entry for the Hot Bed Press 20:20 Print Exchange

Etched Linocut with Scarlett Rebecca

Aluminium Plate Etching with Jenny McCabe

Sumangashi - Fab Friday

Mono Screen Printing - Fab Friday

Six Weeks of Textile Screen Printing with Procion Dyes with Kathryn Green

We have more Fab Friday and Guest Tutor workshops coming up in 2023. Come along and join us!


Handprinted 20:20 Submission

This year, we had a record number of participants for our 20:20 Print Exchange submission! We had a total of 20 entries. Each artist produced a print, 20cm x 20cm in size, and in an edition of 25. In return, we all received a box of 20 prints from other participants around the world!

The print exchange is run by Hot Bed Press Studio in Salford, with over 35 print workshops taking part! 




Open Access is back!

This year, we also reopened our studio for open access! We loved having new and returning printmakers use our space to work on their projects. We saw so many beautiful pieces of work, and heard lots of interesting ideas!

If you need a space to work and get inky, our large studio is well-equipped for relief, dyeing, screen printing and some intaglio processes. The studio is usually available to book Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm by the hour; just get in touch to check our availability. More information about our Open Access Studio can be found here.

To book your induction or an open access session, please email with your preferred date(s).

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