Interview with Stanley Jones MBE

Own a Mary Fedden RA - A Unique Story

Mary Fedden OBE was a British artist born in Bristol in 1915 who always wanted to be an artist. It was while she was at the Slade she met printmaker and painter Julian Trevelyan. They married in 1951 and she lived with him in his studio and home near Hammersmith Bridge overlooking the Thames.
From 1956 to 1964 she taught at the Royal College of Art, where she was the first female tutor, and where her pupils included David Hockney and Allen Jones. From 1964 to 1974 she taught at the Yehudi Menuhin school.

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News and Events

Long Road Student Print is our cover image for 2019

Dec 18, 2018

In July when Will Norland attended a 3 day Bursary here in studio he had no idea one of his print...

Congratulations to our new CPSC Graduates - InkedUp!

Dec 06, 2018

Last weekend was the first exhibition for new Printmaking Group, InkedUp - Alison, Laylah, Suzan...

Saffron Walden County High School Students at Curwen

Nov 13, 2018

Four students from Saffron Walden County High School were selected to attend a 2 day Bursary in t...

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Upcoming Courses

Student Portfolio Day

22 Feb 19, 10am – 4pm, 1 day course

This day is a great opportunity to work with experienced printmaking tutors in a professio...

Open Access Sessions

23 Feb 19, 9.30am - 4.30pm, 1 day +

Open Access sessions are a chance to use the facilities in the studio to make your own wor...

Understanding how to use Colour

06 Mar 19, 10am – 4pm, 1 day course

A fun and informative day learning simple colour theory. Explore neutralising colour, opaq...

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Printmaking courses for all ages and all abilities

An educational Fine Art Printmaking charity formed in the 1990’s and now firmly established with a reputation for excellence in its field. The course programme offers something for everyone regardless of age or ability. Schools, students and teachers,visit from across the region encouraged by both enrichment and higher exam grades.

The aim of The Study Centre is to preserve and develop the essential experience and skills that underpin the concept of the artist’s original print.