WHAT WE DO
Community Access Printmaking
Warringah Printmakers Studio is a community based, not-for-profit organisation entirely run by volunteers. Safer printmaking practice is promoted & members have access to a variety of exciting and innovative classes, workshops, studio facilities and exhibitions
The studio is located within the Manly Vale Community Centre complex on the corner of Condamine & Lovett Streets, MANLY VALE. The entry is on Condamine Street.
Postal Address: Warringah Printmakers Studio, PO Box 216 SEAFORTH, NSW 2092
For timetable information & bus routes:
Transport Infoline - Tel: 131500 & State Transit Authority website.
Artequip press, bedsize 780 X 1480mm (23" X 58").
Electric press, bedsize 710 X 1400mm (28" X 55").
Mitomel press, bedsize 645 X 1200mm (27" X 47").
Fine Art Machine Co. press, bedsize 615 X 1200mm (24" X 48").
Portable Hilldav press, bedsize 580 X 850cm (21" X 34").
Olec exposure unit, bedsize 72 X 58cm (27" X 23".)
'Black light' exposure system.
Range of inking rollers and brayers.
Glass topped tables for mixing and rolling inks.
Large wash up sink.
Photocopier, copies up to A3 in size.
Small Drying Rack.
Magnetic boards for display of work.
Exhibition hanging system.
Reverse cycle air conditioning.
Epson A3 printer.
Custom-made demountable exhibition system.
Provision for purchasing paper and plates.
Kitchen within the building.
Storeroom within the building.
Limited parking in Lovett Street, Manly Vale.
President & Treasurer
COVID SAFE PROTOCOLS
If you are unwell, the most important thing you can do (member, tutor, student or visitor) is to stay at home.
If you have any cold or flu symptoms do not attend the studio until all your symptoms have disappeared.
Should you present with flu-like symptoms you will be asked to leave.
Use the QR code and register with Covid Safe before entering the studio.
Northern Beaches Council has installed a hand sanitiser unit to the left of the entrance door.
Please sanitize your hands on entering and departing the studio.
You must arrive and leave as close to your class time as possible & must not linger in the studio once your class is finished.
On arrival, go to your individual workstation promptly.
The kitchen space is off limits & there is to be no sharing of food.Please bring your own water or beverage.
RE-CONFIGURATION OF WORK SPACES
To comply with social distancing and hygiene requirements, we have set up individual workstations.
In observing the surface area requirements, we have had to cap the number of class attendees to a maximum of 10 people, including the tutor.
Every student workstation has been equipped with a rubbish bin and personal hand sanitiser. We ask students and workshop participants to clean and sanitize these workstations.
We will have disinfectant solution for wiping down equipment before and after each use, particularly in shared, high-use areas of regular contact.
You will be required to sanitize presses, press wheels, shared equipment such as print rollers, etching solution vessels, brushes, paper rulers, cutting knives, hairdryer & cleaning tools, etc.
We have re-configured the room to ensure safe social distancing. The paper-cutting table has been re-located to the front of the studio, adjacent to the entrance. A utility table has been set up at the rear of the room. The hair dryer has been re-located to the back of the studio and there will be a designated photopolymer workspace for plate preparation.
We have introduced a one-way direction of traffic flow in the studio. There will be arrows marked on the studio floor indicating this direction.
PLEASE BE AWARE, BE PATIENT AND BE CONSIDERATE.