A place where teenagers can express themselves, get creative and chill.
Dates: 25th April 2019 PM, 26th July 2019 AM, 1st August 2019 PM & 15th August 2019 PM
Suitability: Young people between the ages of 13 - 16
Letterpress: Before the age of computers and modern printing techniques the world relied on the letterpress for all kinds of publications and is considered by many to be one of the most important inventions of all time.
Letterpress printing uses metal or wooden moveable type which is inked by hand or by the press, before paper or fabric is pressed on a printing press into it, to create a beautiful impression.
Today, letterpress is predominantly being used to create art, stationery and gifts; and its popularity is increasing due to the charm and individuality that can be achieved.
Tutor: Lisa Harman of Indiepop Press
Workshop: This workshop will give your teen the opportunity to get away from it all and spend time in a chilled out environment enjoying the thrills of creatively expressing themselves.
During the workshop we will give them a bit of an introduction to what letterpress is, we will show them what letterpress can be used for and then have a lot of fun making some posters.
- AM Sessions: Starts at 10:30am prompt and will finish at 1:00pm
- PM Sessions: Starts at 2:00pm prompt and will finish at 4:30pm
Refreshments: Drinks and snacks will be provided.
What to bring: Glasses if they are needed for close work and please ensure you and anyone who comes with you wears sturdy, fully enclosed shoes.
Supervision: All attendees below the age of 16 must be accompanied by someone over the age of 21 who is able to support them if they require and be present during the workshop. Bench seating is available in the workshop and you will get free use of our refreshments.
Maximum No. of Workshop Attendees: 6 (excluding adults)
Minimum Age: 13
Maximum Age: 16