The Circular Space: A Summer of Print
A series of experimental printmaking workshops for different groups within the local Adur community, using some of the wide variety of everyday reclaimed materials and items donated to The Scrap Space, for printing with and onto. The materials themselves will inspire different ideas and ways of working. It will also enable people to have fun learning new skills and exploring printmaking.
This is a collaborative project with artists/educators/printmakers Karolyn Mnich and Claire Lemmon together with Over the Moon at The Circular Space in Shoreham
The Circular Space is a new community re-use hub housing a venue in Shoreham running all sorts of creative community activity sessions (‘The Activity Space’) and a scrap store (‘The Scrap Space’) redistributing reclaimed resources at low cost to households, community groups and schools throughout Sussex and beyond. The Circular Space seeks to promote the value of creativity, community and sustainability.
Adults and children of all ages and abilities will have the opportunity to learn some different printmaking processes including silkscreen, collagraph and relief printing using a wide variety of reclaimed materials. At the end of the summer there will be an innovative exhibition held inside and outside at The Circular Space for the general public to see.
“A Day of Print” Sunday 11 June 10.00 – 16.00 : The first event for “A Summer of Print” taking place as part of the Adur Art Trail.
For more information and dates of all the different summer printmaking workshops visit here.