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Essential Fashion Design

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 3 - 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

With this course you will acquire all the essential skills in fashion design. You will be able to draw models and render outfits with all the different fabrics and materials, carry out a research following a fashion trend and develop a well co-ordinated collection. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. Essential Fashion Design With this course you will acquire all the essential skills in fashion design. You will be able to draw models and render outfits with all the different fabrics and materials, carry out a research following a fashion trend and develop a well co-ordinated collection. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake Part-time (January, March, May 2017) Full-time (June, July, August 2017) [-]

3D Studio Max Basics

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

The 3D Studio Max Basics course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of this industry standard software. This course also provides a strong understanding of the principals of visual language, boosting the learner confidence in decision making and helping to develop their eye for design. [+]

3D Studio Max Basics The 3D Studio Max Basics course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of this industry standard software. This course also provides a strong understanding of the principals of visual language, boosting the learner confidence in decision making and helping to develop their eye for design. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake January, March, May 2017 [-]

Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 3 - 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale, and to study the essential aspects of the consumer’s behaviour, a key element to create a unique and emotional shopping experience and transform the consumer into a loyal customer. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale, and to study the essential aspects of the consumer’s behaviour, a key element to create a unique and emotional shopping experience and transform the consumer into a loyal customer. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake Part-time (January 2017, March 2017, May 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

Creative Fashion Illustrations

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus 3 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

By studying the Creative Fashion Illustrations short course at LCCA, you gain an understanding of drawing fashion illustrations using a creative and unique approach. [+]

Creative Fashion Illustrations By studying the Creative Fashion Illustrations short course at LCCA, you gain an understanding of drawing fashion illustrations using a creative and unique approach. You will also benefit from being taught by friendly and expert staff who are practicing professionals with extensive expertise in Higher Education. Undergoing this engaging and extensive programme of tutorials, seminars and high-profile visiting lecturers in the heart of London, will equip you with a range of skills. In addition, you will be encourage to develop your own style and presentational skills. You will also be introduced to Adobe Photoshop and use it to enhance your portfolio of illustrations. Course Requirements Minimum age: 16 English proficiency: intermediate Eligible to study in the UK Intake January, March, May, October 2017 [-]

Professional Development in Digital Graphic Design

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus 1 year February 2017 United Kingdom London

With our Digital Graphic Design Professional Development Programmes, you will acquire an understanding of the design process, how to plan and develop ideas, and how to use images and text in design work for the purpose of communication. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. Professional Development in Digital Graphic Design With our Digital Graphic Design Professional Development Programmes, you will acquire an understanding of the design process, how to plan and develop ideas, and how to use images and text in design work for the purpose of communication. Working with industry standard software such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop, you will develop a portfolio of projects that will aid you in pursuing a career in the design field. Course Requirements 16 and above [-]

Digital Graphic Design Fundementals

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 3 - 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

This course will offer you a solid introduction to the Adobe Creative Suite 6* applications: Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. You will gain a strong understanding of the principals of visual language, boosting your confidence in decision making and helping to develop your eye for design. [+]

Digital Graphic Design Fundementals This course will offer you a solid introduction to the Adobe Creative Suite 6* applications: Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. You will gain a strong understanding of the principals of visual language, boosting your confidence in decision making and helping to develop your eye for design. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake Part-time (January 2017, March 2017, May 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

UX and Digital Design Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week August 2017 United Kingdom London

During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology industry exploring hottest trends and latest inventions. You’ll get firsthand knowledge about modern digital product and service design with lectures and workshops from world’s best design studios and product companies. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. During a whole week, you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology industry exploring hottest trends and latest inventions. You’ll get firsthand knowledge about modern digital product and service design with lectures and workshops from world’s best design studios and product companies. You will learn best practices and methods, design strategy and management, design for modern platforms (the web, mobile, internet of things, wearables, service design), tools. Experienced professionals will deepen their knowledge and will get a fresh perspective — you’ll feel yourself more confident by the end of the programme, knowing you’re working on a world-class level of competence. Younger designers and product managers will learn modern digital product design practices firsthand. And of course, it’s a fantastic networking opportunity. UK is one of the most advanced countries in UX and interface design. It has a vast number of design studios who create groundbreaking products. It developed a strong start-up scene with lots of young and successful companies that create a competitive product market. Also due to an early development of a service-based economy many of the classical businesses invest in design as a part of their strategy. And of course many of the technological giants have offices in London. As a result, London has accumulated a great number of brilliant world-renowned designers. Plus UK was always known for its systematic approach, so it is definitely a place to learn how to deal with projects big and small. This course is a mix of lectures and workshops, all conducted at designers’ natural working environment that gives even better perspective on how they create the most successful products. This experience will boosts your skills, bring new connections and positive emotions. Structure of the programme: Boosting breakfast: t​he first activity of the day includes informal activities over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. During the boosting breakfasts you will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture or a hands-on workshop. Practical exercise: a short task to follow up morning session and make everyone unlock their brain's full potential Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions w​e will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work.    Debrief and the city: a​fter a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. The weekend: t​he weekend will be dedicated to cultural and social activities, visitings exhibitions and exciting places in London Who is this programme for? Digital product designers, UX and visual designers
 Design managers and art directors
 UX researchers and analysts
 Service designers and product managers
 Team leaders and managers You will learn: Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for web, mobile, wearables, and internet of things
 How human-centered design can help your projects
 How do world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture
 Methods and tools for digital product design
 Digital product design trends
— Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour
 Oldest pubs and best craft beers Course curator   Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develops 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes forSmashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design Schedule Dates: 14-20 August 2017 
Educational programme: 14-18 August 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £2,450 – full programme, shared accommodation 
£1,995 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Interior and Experience Design Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week September 2017 United Kingdom London

This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. [+]

Do you want to observe directly how leading professionals use materials, technology, visual communication and storytelling to design memorable user experiences through the immersive built environment? This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. In one week you will participate in a rich mix of lectures and hands-on workshops that Future London Academy curated for you by partnering with successful design, consultancy and media practices. The programme matches the understanding of space from both the designer's and the user's perspective to equip you with both a technical and strategic angle for your future projects. The experiential approach of this course consists of technical, cultural and social activities that together enable you to tailor your own design practice.
 Besides some of the best design practices in the world, London nurtures a vibrant design community thanks to prestigious Art and Design institutions. This programme will also put you in contact with this community through informal gatherings, studio visits and debriefing moments with emerging designers and the course curator that will help the participant group deepen the understanding of the course subjects through collective content reviews. Structure of the programme: Monday: interior and experience design 
Tuesday: the state of the art of retail design
 Wednesday: smart living, the future of residential design 
Thursday: the future of the workplace
 Friday: interior design for cultural and community spaces The programme of the course is divided into five workshop days plus the weekend. The workshop days are divided into five parts:
 Boosting breakfast: t​he first activity of the day includes informal activities over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. During the boosting breakfasts, you will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry.

 Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture plus hands-on activity to validate the learnings or a full workshop.

 Lunch break: w​e will have a break between the morning and afternoon session and we will give you suggestions on the most interesting places to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. 

Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, it will be the continuation of the morning session or we will move to the second partner of the day for a new subject.

 Debrief and the city: a​fter a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session or in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars.

 The weekend: t​he weekend will be dedicated to cultural and social activities, meeting some of the lecturers again and emerging designers in informal settings or planning longer visits of the London Design Festival events, including talks, exhibitions, workshops and launch parties. Who is this programme for? The experiential mode of the course allows student or professionals at any stage of their career to benefit from the content proposed and its multidisciplinary programme does not limit the access to design professionals. In particular, this course is addressed to people that:

 want to understand in practical terms how a project workflow works within design agencies.
 want to learn from expert professionals how design theory and methods turn into real strategy to tackle real case scenarios
 are keen to increase their understanding of the international design industry in a multicultural context like London during the London Design Festival
 want to evaluate opportunities, risks and peculiarities of different interior design fields want to expand their interior design practice by familiarising themselves with usercentric approaches This course will: help you broaden your knowledge of interior design show you the latest trends in the industry introduce you to the most influential British designers
 give you inspiration for future projects
 show you how to be competitive on the international arena
 teach you new tools, techniques and skills for your professional development Course curator Antonio Iadarola, transdisciplinary designer and social innovator, Phd candidate. Antonio has a strong interest in curating and designing collaboration processes and spaces. He is a trained industrial designer, with a Masters Degree in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design, a Phd candidate at the Second University of Naples, Italy and visiting scholar at the Parsons DESIS Lab, NYC. He specialises in the field of design for Social Innovation and in 2014 he founded Studio Wé in NYC, a transdisciplinary design studio whose projects range from context specific objects and spaces to visual communication and participatory experiences. Schedule Dates: 18-24 September 2017 
Educational programme: 18-22 September 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £1,995 – full programme, shared accommodation
 £1,625 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Future of Branding Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week June 2017 United Kingdom London

This course is for people who want to learn more about the world of typography and learn about best practices of using type in various areas of design; for those who want to meet in person legendary typographers and creative directors, who were responsible for the great masterpieces. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. What is British Typography and why is it different from Dutch or German? Why does every piece of British Design have a very distinct style with typography as the main element? Was it always there or did it only appear in the 60s? Did it get to the end in the 90s? Can a non-british designer become a British typographer? Where can we find examples of British Typography and how can we use them? All of these questions and many others will be answered during our programme. This course is for people who want to learn more about the world of typography and learn about best practices of using type in various areas of design; for those who want to meet in person legendary typographers and creative directors, who were responsible for the great masterpieces. This programme will help you to build a skeleton of typographic wisdom, that you will be able to build on in future. Programme includes lectures, workshops, visits to exhibitions, self-study work and professional discussions. You will also have a unique opportunity to get behind the closed doors of the most influential agencies in London. Structure of the programme: Every day you will discover typography through different lenses: Monday: environmental and space design
 Tuesday: type creation 
Wednesday: magazine and book design 
Thursday: digital design
 Friday: branding and packaging Who is this programme for: graphic, digital and packaging designers
 art and creative directors
 branding and typography specialists MA students and graduates of design programmes
 everyone who is passionate about British design and typography In a week you will learn: latest trends in typography how famous designers use type and what tricks do they use how biggest design studios and creative agencies work what do you need to know about type when working with branding, packaging and digital design can you become a British typographer if you were not born in the UK what is typography now and what it will look like tomorrow
 how many typographers are there in the UK Course curator Igor Mustaev, typographer and founder of Lavka Bukv. "Why ‘British Typography – the basics and the extras’? Because in 5 days, it is impossible to learn everything about such a vast layer of culture. But it gives an opportunity to immerse yourself in each area of it for a day and get the most out of personal interactions with legendary designers who created what is now known as British Typography. Some of you will confirm ideas you had about British typography, some will discover a completely different angle, but what is certain – you won’t get bored for a single second." Dates and schedule: Dates: 26th June -2nd July 2017
 Educational programme: 26th June - 30th June 2017 from 9 am to 6 pm Cost £1,995 – with accommodation 
£1,625 – without accommodation
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Design Thinking and Innovation Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week March 2017 United Kingdom London

A unique programme for service designers, creative entrepreneurs and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking. [+]

A unique programme for service designers, creative entrepreneurs and business owners - introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking. Every day will consist of lectures, workshops and visits to top companies, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. You will learn about their approach to creativity, product management and business management - and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Structure of the programme: Every day you will discover design thinking through different lenses: Monday: focus on consumer 
Tuesday: focus on processes
 Wednesday: focus on brain 
Thursday: focus on innovation
 Friday: focus on digital Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Boosting breakfast: t​he first activity of the day includes informal activities over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. During the boosting breakfasts, you will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture or a hands-on workshop. Practical exercise: a short task to follow up morning session and make everyone unlock their brain's full potential Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions w​e will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Course curator Ekaterina Solomeina, designer, innovator, cofounder of Future London Academy "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Schedule Dates: 20-26 March 2017 
Educational programme: 20-24 March 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £1,995 – full programme, shared accommodation
 £1,625 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Commercial Photography (Part-time Program Paris)

Spéos Paris-London Photographic Institute
Campus Part time 5 weeks

This workshop is open to participants with previous studio experience (for example after the workshop Introduction to Studio). [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. The part-time program is designed for beginners, amateurs and photography students alike. The various workshops deal with all the major aspects of modern photography: theory and practice, from past to present. From October to May. 3 hours per week, during 5 weeks. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm Saturdays 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm Price per workshop: € 500 This workshop is open to participants with previous studio experience (for example after the workshop Introduction to Studio). Every day a different commercial studio topic is introduced: basic packshot, metal, glass, culinary, use of different formats, etc. [-]

Glass Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 8 - 10 weeks April 2017 United Kingdom London

Extend your skills or learn to make ‘fused’ and ‘slumped’ kiln formed glass items in the kiln, as well as the traditional techniques of copper foiling and stained glass. All levels welcome. [+]

We offer a large range of kiln formed glass and architectural stained glass courses in London at the Kensington Centre. The following courses are part time courses. These courses range from introductory to advanced level so whether you are a beginner, or already have some experience, we will have a course suitable for you. We have designed our courses to inspire and challenge you and develop your glass knowledge, skills and practice. Our practical approach will develop your confidence, creativity and imagination. You will be encouraged and supported to find your own individual identity as designers and makers whether you are planning a career in glass or simply enjoying learning your craft. Past students have been winners in the glass category of the V & A’s ‘Inspired By‘ competition as well as the architectural glass Stevens’ Competition. Students are encouraged to participate as this is a very useful stepping stone for careers in the glass contemporary practice or progression to university. Our workshops are well equipped with Kiln Formed Glass and Stained Glass facilities including a variety of kilns, decorative and cold glass working machinery including sand blasting cabinet, diamond drill, grinders and linisher with all grade bands. Our experienced team of lecturers are all practising and exhibiting their works, and also have professional teaching qualifications. They will give you plenty of support and you will benefit from learning within a friendly adult environment. Course Overview Extend your skills or learn to make ‘fused’ and ‘slumped’ kiln formed glass items in the kiln, as well as the traditional techniques of copper foiling and stained glass. All levels welcome. Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Tue 13:30 - 16:00 [-]

Masterclass – Mezzotint

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 1 week October 2017 United Kingdom London

Among many printmaking techniques and processes, mezzotint (half-tone) in particular stands out when it comes to creating rich, velvety blacks, and delicate, soft mid-greys. It is a perfect medium for reproducing dramatic light effects and contrasts. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. We offer a large range of printmaking courses in London at our Chelsea Centre located jut off the King's Road. We have beginners, intermediate and advanced courses. These are part time courses running during the day and evening. Our lecturers are highly experienced printmaking practitioners offering a unique insight into the printmaking discipline. The techniques you learn will offer exciting ways to build on your skills and reinterpret existing artwork in print form. The unique characteristics of printmaking will open up a new world of image making and unlock your creative potential. Many of our experienced students came as beginners and many have developed a long-term commitment continuing at degree and MA level and also setting up their own studio. Many students say printmaking is addictive once you start! So why not come and try one of our courses. Course Overview Among many printmaking techniques and processes, mezzotint (half-tone) in particular stands out when it comes to creating rich, velvety blacks, and delicate, soft mid-greys. It is a perfect medium for reproducing dramatic light effects and contrasts. After a detailed demonstration, you will be using your own drawings or photographic references which will be developed into a suitable image to transfer on to a pre-rocked copper plate. Before working on your plate you will have some exercises with the mezzotint rocker, burnisher and scraper. You will also be introduced to some other alternative techniques related to this medium. The studio in the Carlyle building (Room CG05) at the Chelsea Centre is light, spacious and well-equipped with specialist facilities for etching. There are 2 Rochat presses bed size 26 x 56 inches. No previous experience required. All materials are provided inclluding tea and coffee. Maximum 8 places Campus: Chelsea Centre Times: Mon/Tue 10:00 - 16:00 [-]

Evening Printmaking Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

This printmaking workshop is a practical studio based programme for beginners and intermediate students. You will gain a good overview of the printmaking media and grounding in a wide range of techniques such as Drypoint, Collagraph, Lino Cut, Monoprinting, Etching and Photo-Etching. [+]

We offer a large range of printmaking courses in London at our Chelsea Centre located jut off the King's Road. We have beginners, intermediate and advanced courses. These are part time courses running during the day and evening. Our lecturers are highly experienced printmaking practitioners offering a unique insight into the printmaking discipline. The techniques you learn will offer exciting ways to build on your skills and reinterpret existing artwork in print form. The unique characteristics of printmaking will open up a new world of image making and unlock your creative potential. Many of our experienced students came as beginners and many have developed a long-term commitment continuing at degree and MA level and also setting up their own studio. Many students say printmaking is addictive once you start! So why not come and try one of our courses. Course Overview This printmaking workshop is a practical studio based programme for beginners and intermediate students. You will gain a good overview of the printmaking media and grounding in a wide range of techniques such as Drypoint, Collagraph, Lino Cut, Monoprinting, Etching and Photo-Etching. Course Description You will learn to work in the light and the well-equipped print studio with specialist facilities and develop your ideas and imagery into a portfolio of creative prints. You will be introduced to each printmaking technique by demonstration while looking at the work of other artists. Following techniques will be covered throughout the year; Drypoint, Collagraph, Lino cut, Monoprinting, Etching and Photo-Etching. Informal one-to-one tutorials, group tutorials and feedback will encourage each student’s personal strengths and interests. You are encouraged to explore the creative and more experimental possibilities of these processes while also gaining a good working knowledge of the traditional skills. In the third term, presentation of prints, editioning guidelines and mounting skills will be taught in preparation for finished work to be shown in the printmaking end of year summer show at the Hortensia Gallery. What background and qualifications do you need to join? (Entry Requirements) These classes are aimed at beginners, those who wish to re-fresh their printmaking skills and those who have a basic arts experience in any other visual arts discipline. What does the course lead to? These courses give an opportunity to build a portfolio of prints to assist progression to our more advanced printmaking courses or other art courses. Where will I study? The printmaking studio is at the Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road, just off the Kings Road, in the Carlyle building on the ground floor, room CG05. How much should I study outside class? It is recommended that you prepare imagery and materials, of your choice, outside the class, so you can use the time in the studio more fully for printing and technical processing which cannot be done at home. A sketchbook documenting your ideas development, technical notes and research is also recommended. Are any course materials online? Once you are enrolled on the course you will be introduced to the college’s virtual learning environment. Here you will find materials and information in support of your studies. What books and equipment do I need? You need to bring: a sketchbook and some art equipment such as pencils, eraser, a range of brushes, Stanley knife, scissors and apron. You will also need heavy duty rubber gloves which can be bought in the studio. What else do I need to buy? What extra costs are there? There is a studio fee of £16.50 payable each term to the tutor which covers basic materials, except paper and plates which you pay extra for as you use them. All materials are available to buy in the studio. Resources We are a well resourced department and have a well equipped printroom. You do not need to source your plates or paper for the course, we have large stocks of different materials which you can purchase from us in small quantities. The studio has excellent light and has specialist facilities for all the intaglio techniques and includes: 2 Rochat presses, bed size 26″x48″ 1 relief press for lino cuts, bed size 16”x20” A UV light exposure unit for transferring images to plates A3 flat-bed scanner to digitise something you have drawn or photographed Mac and PC computers using Photoshop for post production work on images you have shot or scanned in (drawing or photographs) Campus: Chelsea Centre Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:30 [-]

Introduction to Printmaking

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

This Introductin to Printmaking course is a practical studio based programme and combines structured teaching and informal workshop time. You will gain a good overview of the printmaking media and grounding in a wide range of techniques such [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in London in United Kingdom. We offer a large range of printmaking courses in London at our Chelsea Centre located jut off the King's Road. We have beginners, intermediate and advanced courses. These are part time courses running during the day and evening. Our lecturers are highly experienced printmaking practitioners offering a unique insight into the printmaking discipline. The techniques you learn will offer exciting ways to build on your skills and reinterpret existing artwork in print form. The unique characteristics of printmaking will open up a new world of image making and unlock your creative potential. Many of our experienced students came as beginners and many have developed a long-term commitment continuing at degree and MA level and also setting up their own studio. Many students say printmaking is addictive once you start! So why not come and try one of our courses. Course Overview This Introductin to Printmaking course is a practical studio based programme and combines structured teaching and informal workshop time. You will gain a good overview of the printmaking media and grounding in a wide range of techniques such as Drypoint, Collagraph, Lino cut, Monoprinting, Etching and Photo-Etching. Course Description You will learn to work in the light and the well-equipped print studio with specialist facilities and develop your ideas and imagery into a portfolio of creative prints. You will be introduced to each printmaking technique by demonstration while looking at the work of other artists. Following techniques will be covered throughout the year; Drypoint, Collagraph, Lino cut, Monoprinting, Etching and Photo-Etching. Informal one-to-one tutorials, group tutorials and feedback will encourage each student’s personal strengths and interests. You are encouraged to explore the creative and more experimental possibilities of these processes while also gaining a good working knowledge of the traditional skills. In the third term, presentation of prints, editioning guidelines and mounting skills will be taught in preparation for finished work to be shown in the printmaking end of year summer show at the Hortensia Gallery. What background and qualifications do you need to join? (Entry Requirements) These classes are aimed at beginners, those who wish to re-fresh their printmaking skills and those who have a basic arts experience in any other visual arts discipline. What does the course lead to? These courses give an opportunity to build a portfolio of prints to assist progression to our more advanced printmaking courses or other art courses. Where will I study? The printmaking studio is at the Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road, just off the Kings Road, in the Carlyle building on the ground floor, room CG05. How much should I study outside class? It is recommended that you prepare imagery and materials, of your choice, outside the class, so you can use the time in the studio more fully for printing and technical processing which cannot be done at home. A sketchbook documenting your ideas development, technical notes and research is also recommended. Are any course materials online? Once you are enrolled on the course you will be introduced to the college’s virtual learning environment. Here you will find materials and information in support of your studies. What books and equipment do I need? You need to bring: a sketchbook and some art equipment such as pencils, eraser, a range of brushes, Stanley knife, scissors and apron. You will also need heavy duty rubber gloves which can be bought in the studio. What else do I need to buy? What extra costs are there? There is a studio fee of £16.50 payable each term to the tutor which covers basic materials, except paper and plates which you pay extra for as you use them. All materials are available to buy in the studio. Campus: Chelsea Centre Times: Mon 14:00 - 17:30 Resources We are a well resourced department and have a well equipped printroom. You do not need to source your plates or paper for the course, we have large stocks of different materials which you can purchase from us in small quantities. The studio has excellent light and has specialist facilities for all the intaglio techniques and includes: 2 Rochat presses, bed size 26″x48″ 1 relief press for lino cuts, bed size 16”x20” A UV light exposure unit for transferring images to plates A3 flat-bed scanner to digitise something you have drawn or photographed Mac and PC computers using Photoshop for post production work on images you have shot or scanned in (drawing or photographs) [-]