Introduction to Photolithography
Wednesday 14 March or Wednesday 19 September
10am – 4pm
£95 including 1 photo plate
1 day course with Karina Savage BA
Photolithography is a great alternative to traditional stone lithography. On this course you will learn how create images on drafting film and how to transfer these and photographic imagery onto photolithographic plates using UV light exposure. You will learn how to develop the plate, ink up and print them using an etching press. Photolithography is an exciting technique for creating sensitive, composite images which can be incorporated into other forms of printmaking such as monoprinting. Some preparation of artwork - if using photographic images - is useful but full details will be provided in advance of the course. Suitable for either complete beginners or those wishing to refresh previous skills.
Maximum 6 places.
Wednesday 14 March
or Wednesday 19 September,
10.00 – 4.00
Cost: £95 per person per day, including cost of 1 photo plate.
A deposit of £50 per day is required to confirm the booking, with the exception of Certificate Course which requires £400 deposit (cash, bank transfer or cheque only).
Cheques should be made payable to ‘Curwen Print Study Centre’. The balance is due on the first day of the course or start of each term.
Certificate fees are paid in 6 instalments across the 3 terms.
If for any reason you are unable to attend, we will refund monies paid minus a £10.00 admin fee, as long as you cancel your place more than 10 working days before the course start date. Cancellations received less than 10 working days before a course starts will require the full course fee to be paid. (In respect of Certificate courses 20 working days notice is required.)
Curwen Print Study Centre reserves the right to cancel courses – a full refund will be made in these circumstances.