Recent graduates from the MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking programme at UWE in Bristol, offer a cross section of techniques. Each artist explores roots in traditional printmaking methods such as etching, lithography, relief, screen print yet often the works utilise methods not usually associated with printmaking. Photography, casting and embedded digital technology. Each of the artists work pushes the boundaries of print, often with one foot in traditional craft and the other in emerging technologies and processes.
The UWE Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking course offers an innovative approach to printmaking, with a strong focus on making and processes as well as creative, conceptual, technical and professional skills. The course is linked closely to the Centre for Fine Print Research and has an unusual position of understanding digital and new media technologies. This is a chance to see some of the most exciting printmakers in the UK.
“Students on the course are constantly pushing the boundaries of what a print can be; they are experimental and forward-thinking in their approach to printmaking and the future of the printed artefact.”
Sarah Bodman - Programme Leader MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking / Senior Research Fellow CFPR
Main point of contact: NickGreenglass@hotmail.com, 07815-861630
Participating Artists include: