Drawing into Print
Join Drawing into Print and take an interdisciplinary approach to printmaking by introducing methods of drawing, painting, collage, and even sculpture to traditional low-tech printmaking techniques.
With a particular focus on translating elements of drawing into forms of print, this course will encourage students to experiment and broaden their ideas on the subject!
Through hands-on demonstrations of printmaking techniques including mono and block printing, individual work time, and group discussion, students will develop ideas that will be put towards a final project. Given the broad nature of the course and subject, this final project could take many forms.
- Experimental Drawing
- Mono Printing
- Block Printing
This course is designed to introduce students to printmaking techniques as well as broaden their ideas on the possibilities of the subject. You will leave with a small body of work including multiple samples to reference and inspire.
Who Should Attend
This course is suitable for any student wishing to learn more about printmaking or wanting to expand their practice into further mediums.Course
All Levels Welcome
Sean Myers works with Foundation, BA and MA students at Central Saint Martins. He is an artist and lecturer and also runs a silkscreen printing studio in North London.
To see images of previous student work, view the galleries on Sean's website: www.seanmyersprint.com.
To learn more about Sean, read his interview on the CSM Short Courses blog here.
Please bring the following items with you on the first day:
Pencil case or similar with your preferred drawing and painting materials
An apron or old shirt to protect your clothes
Please note that most materials needed for the short courses are available at the Chelsea College of Arts' Art Shop. Please contact the Art Shop directly for opening hours and availability.