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Intro to Lino Block Printing | Steven Giese ***SOLD OUT***

Please note that the below workshop has reached capacity. Put your name on the waiting list via the booking link below to be informed if a space becomes available, or a second workshop released.

Saturday 16 March 2024

Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm (includes break for lunch)
Where: Ignite Studios - 60 Crane Street, Ballina
Ages: 16+
Cost: $140 (inc GST) - tools and materials provided

In this introductory course by local artist Steven Giese, participants will learn basic relief printing from lino block, and the methods of designing and making prints with simple, accessible tools, easily replicable in the home environment without the need for a professional printing press. The workshop will examine the history of linocut printmaking and the work of notable practitioners, and Steven will share tips and tricks from his own artistic practice. Participants will complete the workshop with at least one finished edition of prints to take home.

Participants will need to bring a wooden spoon and wear robust clothing that can get inky. All other tools and materials will be provided.

Steven Giese is a Northern Rivers artist whose work ranges from the decorative to the political, and whose recent work in particular responds to environmental issues.

Advance bookings are essential via the NRCG website. To reserve your place visit or phone the Gallery on 02 6681 0530.


Booking Terms & Conditions 

In case of cancellation, NRCG will only provide a refund if we can successfully offer your place to a participant on our waiting list. In this case, the workshop cost, less a booking fee of 5%, will be provided, once the replacement student has paid in full. This is at the full discretion of the NRCG team.

In the case of class cancellation by NRCG, a full refund will be provided to all participants.


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Image credit: Steven Giese, Curly Sue and Her Sisters, Linocut, 2021

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