Warringah

Printmakers

Studio

 
 

Prints by

Lisa Marshall

Studio Currently Closed

Due to Sydney COVID lockdown

2021STUDIOOPEN DAYS

Shadow and Light Exhibition

Postponed

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THE STUDIO

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.

Postponed

Member Opportunity

SHADOW AND LIGHT EXHIBITION

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TERM CLASSES

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.

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WORKSHOPS

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.

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STUDIO ACCESS

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

EXHIBITIONS

Our exhibitions provide Full Members an opportunity to showcase their work. Locations, formats and themes change from year to year.

Waverley Woollahra Art School is excited to launch its inaugural Printmaking Prize in 2021.

 

Our Prize is a celebration of print and as such we invite entries from artists using all print techniques from traditional to digital. We invite entries from printmakers who are established, emerging, only just beginning as well as cross-disciplinary artists exploring the world of print.

 

2021 Prizes are non-acquisitive and include:

Traditional Print Prize: $1,000

Digital Print Prize: $1,000

Entries close at midnight

Friday 30th July

Waverly Woollahra Printmaking Prize 2021

Entries Now Open 

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Image by Kate Lovejoy-Furnell

"Printmaking is fun because it takes a perfectly simple process like drawing and makes it as complicated and error prone as possible"

Cnr Lovett and Condamine Streets, Manly Vale, NSW 2093

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