This hands-on workshop with artists Aoife Dwyer and Ann Kavanagh will introduce a non acid painterly printing techniques and tools, encouraging participants to experiment and develop their own individual projects. Ten students only, so personal guidance and supportive environment will be offered to develop the skills and experience of print art making.
Ann Kavanagh visual artist originally from Kilkenny, now living in Dublin. She graduated as a mature student from Dun Laoghaire IADT in 2004 receiving an honours degree in Fine Art.
Ann works across the mediums of photography and printmaking and is a member of the Black Church Print Studio since 2004. Ann has also work at other print studios over the last 10 years namely Crown Point Press, San Francisco, Druckstella Printmaking Studio, Berlin and Mi-Lab at Lake Kawaguchi Japan, and has exhibited nationally and internationally.
Aoife Dwyer works with photography, screenprint and etching. She is interested in drawing attention to everyday domestic objects, unintended marks, spaces and surfaces. Aoife studied screenprint under the tutelage of Terence Gravett at the Brighton Polytechnic College of Art. In 1998 she graduated from The NCAD with a BA honours degree in Fine Art. She became a member of the Black Church Studio that same year and subsequently became a Director of the Board in 2005. Since 1998 she has been a tutor in fine art at the City of Dublin Education and Training Board. From 2005 to 2009 she has worked with DLRCo.Co
Dwyer is a recipient of DLRCC professional development grant 2011. Her work is is included in public and private collections including the Office of Public Works, RTE, Guinness, Dublin Bus.
Dates: Sat, 16 February 2019
Times: 10:00 – 16:00
Fee: €22.20 – €27.61
Location: dlr LexIcon, Dun Laoghaire