Monoprint and Collage

1 day workshop with Jacqui Dodds

  • Starts 20 Aug
  • 65 British pounds
  • RBSA Gallery, 4 Brook Street, Birmingham, B3 1SA

Service Description

£5 discount for RBSA Friends, Members, Associates, Next Wave Associates and students. Enter the code WORKSHOP5 at the checkout. Click 'Enter coupon code'. Course description: Create an exciting print using Mono Printing, Collage and other media. Using their own design or image, participants will start with torn/cut paper to make a simple collage, which will be overlayed with their own mono print design. This method, called direct trace drawing, produces a linear monotype that has a unique soft edged quality similar to the tone and line in soft ground etching. This can then continue to be worked on top of with media of participants choice (inks, watercolour, pastels etc.) to create unique prints to take home at the end of the day. Course aims and skills/knowledge to be taught • Create an A4 design suitable for monoprinting • Learn about materials and equipment used for mono printing with collage on paper • Learn to monoprint onto paper using water washable oil-based inks • Learn to carefully register monoprints with a layer of collage underneath • The correct materials and equipment used for monoprinting onto paper • Where to buy materials and equipment used for monoprinting onto paper • Produce unique monoprints with collage on paper • Learn how to add other media on top of monoprints with collage Course outline for the day Day 1 - Morning activity Brief outline of the day including health and safety information. • Quick introduction to monoprinting, with a wide range of examples of completed work. • Demonstration of how to trace/draw images and designs ready for mono printing. • How to add collage to paper, carefully registered to line up correctly with intended overlying mono print. Day 1 - Afternoon activity • Participants will set up ready to monoprint their designs/images over the top of their collages. • They will be shown the correct amount of ink to prepare and use for monoprinting and the equipment used for monoprinting. • Participants will then be able to discuss and assess further images they would like to use. • Participants will then repeat process to create further images After you book a place you will be emailed the full workshop outline which includes the material list and a list of the materials provided.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

• If you, the customer cancels your booked workshop, we are unable to offer you a refund. • Transfers to an alternative workshop may be possible depending on the circumstance and is of the discretion of the RBSA Gallery. • In the event of under-subscription, workshops may be cancelled or re-arranged. We will give you as much notice as possible if this happens and you will be able to transfer to another course or receive a full refund. The RBSA is unable to refund additional expenses, such as travel and accommodation. • If you are booked on a workshop and do not turn up on the day, a refund will not be given.


Contact Details

  • RBSA, Brook Street, Birmingham, UK

    0121 236 4353

    rbsagallery@rbsa.org.uk