Study day Tetra Pak Printmaking

Entry year
2021/22
Course code
Z51000149
Application
University
Level
Professional/Short Course
Department
Art and Design
Campus
City Campus (Bower Ashton)
Duration
Two days
Delivery
Face-to-face
Course Director
Stephen Fowler

Page last updated 13 May 2021

Introduction

The Centre for Fine Print Research offers a series of dynamic continuing professional development courses (CPD) aimed at a wide audience including artists, designers, craftspeople, communicators, photographers, teachers and managers. CPD courses offer the opportunity for professional updating, learning new skills and techniques, and for intellectual stimulus.

With its layers of paperboard, polyethylene, aluminum foil, Tetra Pak offers not only an immediacy which other collagraph materials lack, but also a satisfying tactility when cutting, scoring, peeling and printing with this distinctive material. In recycling milk, soup and custard cartons; exciting imaginative creative responses abound. The structure of the packaging can be the spark of an idea or integrated into a motif. Large prints can be created when collaging Tetra Pak plates together.

Structure

Content

During this two-day introductory workshop into Tetra Pak collagraph print, the course tutor, Stephen Fowler, will facilitate the exploration of intaglio and relief print, a combination of the two processes, and the potential of mutli-plate printing. On day two there will be time to play, create and develop your own body of prints.

Features

Study facilities

Our new state-of-the-art Design Studios at Bower Ashton feature flexible workshop spaces, design studios, the Fabrication Centre, the Centre for Fine Print Research and dedicated collaborative learning spaces.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

  • Full price registration: £249.00
  • Concessionary price registration: £199.00

Please note we offer a 20% discounted concessionary rate to UWE Bristol alumni (including previous CFPR CPD attendees), anyone reliant on state benefits for their income, anyone currently in full-time education (worldwide) or part-time higher education (UK), and those who are retired. 

Dates

4 to 5 August 2021 (09:30-16:30 on both days)

Please note the University terms and conditions of purchase for CPD.

 

How to apply

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