Study day/Workshop Advanced Tetra Pak Printmaking
Delivered by the Centre for Print Research
Page last updated 8 June 2023
With its layers of paperboard, polyethylene, aluminium 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.
During this advanced two-day Tetra Pak collagraph print workshop, the course tutor, Stephen Fowler, will facilitate the exploration of multi tetra pak plate prints which explore colour overlay, and the combination of intaglio and relief collagraph print processes.
Who is it for?
This course is ideally suited to for artists, educators, printmakers, and illustrators who have some experience in collagraph printmaking, or have attended one of Stephen's previous Tetra Pak printmaking course before.
View the Advanced Tetra Pak Printmaking flyer (PDF) for more information.
- Refresh knowledge and skills, opportunities to explore collagraph printing combining intaglio and relief in the same print.
- Time to create large tetra pak plates made by combining ttwo to three or more milk cartons.
- Building on the experiments and successes from the first day, there will be time to experiment/develop/refine further with the use of chine-collé.
You will leave the course knowing how to make multi tetra pak plate prints which explore intaglio and relief collagraph print processes.
Prices and dates
Supplementary fee information
- Full price registration: £249
- *Concessionary price registration: £199
*Available to UWE Bristol staff and 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.
The course price includes all materials and catering.
25 to 26 July 2023 (10:00-16:00 each day).
Please note the University terms and conditions of purchase for CPD.
How to apply
How to apply
To book your place, please apply online.
The course is limited to a maximum of eight participants, please sign up early to secure your place.
About the tutor
Small press publications, rubber stamps and alternative printmaking are the focus of the course tutor, Stephen Fowler's, practice. His zines and artists' books are held in national collections such as Tate Britain and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Fowler has run collaborative and experiential workshops in drawing and printmaking at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, Birmingham Library, the V&A, Hayward Gallery's Wide Open School, and Margate's Turner Contemporary gallery. He is also a senior lecturer on Worcester University's Illustration Degree Course. His book on Rubber Stamping, published by Laurence Stephen King, is out now.