Warringah Printmakers Studio was established in 1983 and is a member run, not-for-profit professional printmaking space located in Manly Vale, NSW.
The studio is committed to promoting safer, non-toxic printmaking processes. We offer a variety of printmaking classes during school terms as well as weekend workshops with internationally renowned printmakers.
We hold weekly classes that cater for beginner to advanced printmakers. Most classes run for 3 hours each week over a 9 week term and are taught by experienced tutors. Print making methods include copper, zinc and aluminium etching, linocut, woodcut, wood engraving, solar plate, monotype, collagraph and more. All class participants must become members of the studio.
During the course of the year we offer a number of weekend workshops taught by renowned Australian and International Printmakers. These workshops are intensive programs which focus on a particular printmaking technique. All workshop participants must become members of the studio.
We offer access to our studio facilities for full members with a good knowledge of printmaking techniques, the ability to work by themselves and a proven familiarity with the printmaking equipment & studio safety procedures. (Covid update: Studio Access is now available)
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