Take a look at our selection of workshops and courses for spring 2023!
We have two new courses in the mix: Tetra Pack Dry Point Printing, a special afternoon class as part of Scotland’s Workshop Week, and Japanese Calligraphy (Intermediate), an in-depth follow-up for those who enjoyed Japanese Brush Calligraphy.
Elsewhere, take advantage of our Get Digital offer with 5% off each course when you book two or more Adobe courses at the same time, including Lightroom, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and Digital Video Editing with Premiere Pro.
If printmaking is more your thing, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got classes in Screen Printing, Lino Cutting, Etching and more. If you’re not sure where to start, our Taster Session is a great introduction to the different printmaking processes.
Keep reading for a selection of what we’ve got coming up or click here for our full listings.
These classes provide a great introduction to different types of printmaking. Spend an afternoon learning about Wood Engraving, have a go at Mezzotint or spend a full day creating your own bold works of art at our Andy Warhol Class.
Delve deeper into a specific process with our range of weekend courses. Try printmaking techniques from Japan with Mokulito and Japanese Woodblock Printing, enter the world of photography with Black and White Photography and Get Off Auto, or have a go at Signwriting.
Don’t worry if your weekends are all full up, we also have a great selection of evening courses. Ranging from three to six weeks long, they cover a variety of different subjects such as Bookbinding and Wood Engraving as well as new equipment like MiScreen and GoccoPro.
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With expert makers leading the way and a steady supply of tea, coffee and biscuits, join us for a creative afternoon at one of our upcoming Craft Sundays. Create a living wreath with florist Hollie Berries, try your hand at jewellery making with Syrah Jay and Marthe Blyth or design and make your own bespoke lampshade with Tori Gray.
DCA Print Studio in partnership with Freelands Foundation