Thursday 16 April 2020
6pm - 9pm
This evening workshop is intended for existing wood engravers and those who have already completed a wood engraving course at St Bride, purchased their own tools and wish to make further progress.
It is an opportunity to bring blocks you are working on for individual technical and tutorial support to help with designing/cutting blocks, sharpening tools and printing. You will be able to use St Bride Presses, inks, paper with some tools available but as wood engravers it is expected that you will bring your own type high blocks, tools and (if editioning rather than proofing) your own specialist papers.
Tutor Peter S Smith
Peter S Smith is a member of the Society if Wood Engravers and Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printermakers (RE). His paintings and prints are exhibited in the UK and overseas with works in public and private collections, including Tate Britain, the Ashmolean Oxford and the Fitzwilliam Cambridge. Peter has over 30 years’ experience in teaching the arts, including his role as the Head of the School of Art Design and Media at Kingston College. He currently has a studio at the St Bride Foundation, where he also teaches wood engraving workshops.
‘It was a real joy, such a good teacher and inspiring as an artist. Also incredibly patient and generous with all his experience and knowledge.’
Ticket is non-refundable, however you are welcome to offer your ticket to another person or reschedule the date of your visit. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
to change the date/event of your booking at least 7 days prior to the event date.
Due to the constraints of our Grade II listed building, the workshop is not currently accessible to wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.