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DPG x Camberwell College of Arts: Workshop

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This one-day workshop is part of a series of events by Dulwich Picture Gallery in collaboration with Camberwell College of Arts.    

Get a taste of printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts in this short introductory course inspired by Frankenthaler's innovative printmaking techniques. Join Camberwell School of Art Printmaking tutors Professor Paul ColdwellJohanna Love and MA printmaking students from Camberwell College of Art who will lead you in this introductory printmaking workshop.  

In this all-day workshop you will be guided in the basics of working with relief printing, and introduced to the techniques of monotype, collotype, and woodblock printing. You will be encouraged to experiment while also gaining insights into Helen Frankenthaler’s printmaking practice.  

You’ll come away having developed your printmaking skills and confidence in experimenting with printmaking techniques inspired by traditional and contemporary practices and learnt from the students and staff about more advanced practices.  You’ll also come away with your own series of experimental prints.  

All experience levels are welcome, including complete beginners. 

All materials will be provided. 

Paul Coldwell  

Paul Coldwell is Professor of Fine Art at the University of the Arts London. As an artist, his practice includes prints, book works, sculptures and installations, focusing on themes of journey, absence and loss. He has exhibited widely both in UK and abroad and his work is included in numerous public collections, including Tate, V&A, British Museum, the Arts Council of England, Musée d'art et d'histoire, Geneva and MoMA (New York).   

His book Printmaking; A Contemporary Perspective was published by Black Dog Publishing in 2010.  

Johanna Love 

Johanna Love is Pathway Leader for MA Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Printmaking at the University of Brighton. She completed a practice-based PhD at Chelsea College of Art, examining the subject of dust and the photographic image. She exhibits widely both nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include: Drawing Talking to Sciences, Ruskin Gallery, Lancaster (2020); Under a Darkening Sky, Standpoint, London (2019); Lunar Gardening, Kingsgate, London (2019); Druckvereinigung Bentlage, Germany (2018); A New Vision of PrintmakingKuandu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei (2018). 

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