Print Studio

The print studio is an intimate space, in a quiet mews yard. It is a great place to work.

There are different ways to access the print studio and the equipment, as a member or as a visitor. We offer two types of annual membership. For experienced printmakers there are two different membership schemes, one allowing unlimited unsupervised access, the other supported studio access days- for those printmakers who want a bit of input and a discussion about ideas (and someone to share a cup of tea with!).

When members are working on the presses, we aim to make sure that there are no more than 4-5 people printing. This is the maximum number at any one time, ensuring that you can get on the press of your choice and get on with your work. Members are a friendly bunch, usually up for giving help or advice where needed. We are a creative and sharing community of printmakers.

It is also possible to use the studio by the day, or for a few days, for example to finish a project. You can also book one-to-one or small group teaching, or attend one of our classes.

For experienced printmakers, able to work independently, who want access to studio and printmaking facilities.

A membership scheme for experienced printmakers, who can come in and use the facilities at specific times during the week, with technician support.

It is possible to use the workshop on a daily basis. Users must be inducted in use of studio.

One-to-one teaching, small group teaching, studio hire for printing parties, exhibitions and other events.
Well equipped print studio, with presses for relief, intaglio and lithography.
Overview of courses and events at the studio.