Print Tour

Sarah Cornford’s 7 foot ‘Extinction’ silk screen print in progress with Justin Sanders.

 

Below is a compiled  list of potential research visits to labs, printshops by BCU Margaret Street School of Art Printmakers, Researchers and Associates.

 

Hot Bed Press : https://www.hotbedpress.org/

About Us

contact  : Shaun Rorke

BCU School of Art participate in the 20:20 print editions 2016 and 2017

Justin has contact with Shaun

UWE

facilities programme

contact

Spike island

facilities programme

JUSTIN HAS CONTACT.

Leicester Print workshop

JUSTIN HAS CONTACT.

Worton Hall :  http://www.wortonhallstudios.com

Originally part of the old Isleworth Film Studios, the building is now home to Coriander Studio, The Curwen Studio and Huguenot Editions. Studio offers artists and publishers full access to a variety of printmaking techniques  with experienced master printers and their studio assistants hand–produce every project. Collaborating with artists new to the medium as well as accomplished printmakers. We welcome challenges in making all work possible.

Services available include Silkscreen, Digital Inkjet Printing, Lithographic and Etching.

Justin Sanders has contact.

dundee school of art

facilities programme: all techniques inc digital flow silk screen

contact  : Prof Elaine Shemilt

Jonnie Turpie has contact

Edinburgh Printmakers

http://www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk

 

moving to new purpose built building in 2019 :

http://castle-mill-works.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/castle-mill-works

 

 

International

Italy :  Print Club Torino. http://www.printclubtorino.it/en

Nora Bruno has contact : ele.nora.bruno@gmail.com

Amsterdam : http://agalab.nl

AGA LAB : MAKERSPACE FOR ARTISTS + DESIGNERS –  A UNIQUE PLACE WHERE ART, RESEARCH AND GRAPHIC TECHNIQUES MEET

Asuf Ishaq MA (RCA) has experience with AGA LAB :   asuf.ishaq@gmail.com

Mobile: 07984311179

Studio, STRYX Gallery, Unit 13  Minerva Works, Fazeley Street , Birmingham B5 5RS

NEW Mexico

Tamarind Institute :  http://tamarind.unm.edu

PHONE (505) 277 3901.     tamarind@unm.edu

TAMARIND INSTITUTE IS A NON-PROFIT CENTER DEDICATED TO RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND ARTISTIC PROJECTS IN FINE ART LITHOGRAPHY.

Tamarind Institute, a division of the College of Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico, is a nonprofit center for fine art lithography that trains master printers and houses a professional collaborative studio for artists. Founded in 1960 in Los Angeles, Tamarind is recognized internationally for its contributions to the growth of contemporary printmaking around the world and continues to provide professional training and creative opportunities for artists.

LOCATION : 2500 Central Avenue SE.  Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106

JUSTIN HAS CONTACT.

San Francisco

Crownpoint Press : https://crownpoint.com/

Crown Point Press began in 1962 as a print workshop, and started publishing prints in 1965 with etching portfolios by Richard Diebenkorn and Wayne Thiebaud. It functioned as both workshop and publisher until 1971 when its founder, Kathan Brown, formed an alliance with the New York publisher Parasol Press. In that year Crown Point Press moved from Brown’s Berkeley basement to a loft space in downtown Oakland, and —through Parasol Press— began working with New York artists Sol LeWitt, Brice Marden, and others who would later be seen as key members of the Minimal art movement.

 

Justin has contact and visited Crownpoint

 

 

links from Tracy Hill