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Printmaking (Spring Term)

This course is a fantastic introduction to the printed mark that will aim to provide a general overview of a number of basic printmaking techniques.

During the course you will learn about both intaglio and relief printing methods, including monotype, linoleum and collagraph. Each week you will learn new techniques and processes exploring creative ways to make images. The course is designed to help the student develop a basic knowledge of printmaking and to give them the confidence to move forward in this artistic medium, building their portfolios.

For each technique the aim will be to contextualise the process within the contemporary art world. This course is suitable for everybody, from beginners interested in developing skills in printmaking, to the more experienced practitioner looking to refresh their knowledge and critique their practice.

Please note the print room at Swindon College is non-toxic, so if you wish to bring any of your own inks they must be water based.






Entry Requirements

This course is only available for 19+ students


What do I need to bring?

You will be able to use a variety of imagery for this course for inspiration such as photographs, sketches, or other work from artists you find influential. The course is particularly centered on textures and surfaces, so bring a selection of varied materials to use within your printmaking, such as leaves, lace, wallpaper etc.

Assessment/Exam information

No formal assessment

Other information

Book now to secure your place on the course.

What can I do next?

You may be interested in other art related courses Swindon College offers. Please refer to the latest part time course guide.

Qualification description

There is no formal qualification attached to this course. You will receive a College certificate.

Course information & how to apply

Length Start Date End Date Course Fees Course Code
10 weeks 16 Jan 2018 27 Mar 2018 Tuition fee: £115.00
This course is for 19+ students only
ADT0190
UCAS/UKPASS Code: Not Applicable
Study type: Part Time
Times: 18:30 - 20:30
Hours per week: 2.00
Study days: TUE

Any extra costs

All basic materials and equiment will be provided, however you may incur additional expenses in the production of your own work. This could include the purchase of specialist papers and inks.

How to apply

To enrol on this course, please click the enrol now button.