‘Impress’ Relief Printmaking Workshop with Atta Kwami

Atta Kwami, Liverpool Counterpoint 1,  2014, linocut, 50 x 33 cm, crop

Atta Kwami, Liverpool Counterpoint 1, 2014, linocut, 50 x 33 cm. Copyright Atta Kwami. Photo: Keith Sweeney, Photography Section, National Museums Liverpool. From the suite: Prints in Counterpoint.

‘Impress’ Relief Printmaking Workshop with Atta Kwami and Pamela Clarkson

Sunday 5 July, 2 – 4 pm

£20/£15 concessions. Ages 12+

8 places available, booking required. Please register here.

Materials will be supplied,  but please feel free to bring any thick cardboard, or scrap rubber such as bicycle wheels/ washing up gloves, to add a personal touch to your relief print. Please bring an apron to protect your clothes.

Pamela Clarkson and Atta Kwami will lead ‘Impress’, a Relief printmaking workshop.  Atta Kwami is a Ghanaian painter, printmaker, independent art historian and curator.  Kwami was a Visiting Fellow at the Cambridge/Africa Collaborative Research Programme, Art and Museums in Africa (2012/2013). He trained and taught in Kumasi, Ghana and the UK and has work in major collections including the National Museums of Ghana and Kenya and the V&A Museum, London. Pamela Clarkson is a professional artist and printmaker. Clarkson trained at the Royal College of Art, London, and University of Chile, Santiago Chile, and has taught in numerous art colleges as well as conducting workshops in Ghana.

 

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