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Regional Print Centre

  • Print Making

Description

The Regional Print Centre offers open access printmaking facilities, workshops, courses and events for those who are new to printmaking as well as professional development for more experienced printmakers and artists.

Please come along to visit the studio, see the facilities, meet our members and see their work. Artwork will be on sale and available directly from Centre members who will be working in the space throughout the day.

The Regional Print Centre is a joint project funded by Coleg Cambria, Wrexham and the Arts Council of Wales.

Directions to studio

The Regional Print Centre is situated in the middle of Wrexham on Coleg Cambria's Yale Site campus.

We are a 5-10 minute walk from Wrexham General Station and a 2 minute walk from the bus station.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS: from the A483 take the turn off for Glyndwr University and drive past Wrexham football ground until you reach the second set of traffic lights. Turn left at the lights (filter onto Grosvenor Road) and then right at the roundabout. The Yale site is the next left. There will be free parking on site.

The Centre is in M Block (Memorial Art Building) on the first floor. 

Studio information

Family friendly Yes Wheelchair friendly Yes Parking nearby Yes Toilet access Yes Welsh Speaker No Work for sale Yes Price range £10-£500+ Commissions accepted Yes Studio open by appointment throughout the year Yes

Contact & address Details

Grove Park Rd, The Regional Print Centre Coleg Cambria, Wrexham, LL12 7AB

01978 267629
printcentre@cambria.ac.uk
http://www.regionalprintcentre.co.uk/

Studio Opening Times

September 2017 Times: 10am-4pm
  • Friday 1st
  • Saturday 2nd
  • Sunday 3rd
  • Friday 8th
  • Saturday 9th
  • Sunday 10th
  • Fri 15th
  • Saturday 16th
  • Sunday 17th
  • Friday 22nd
  • Saturday 23rd
  • Sunday 24th

The Regional Print Centre is an artist focused organisation based at the print studio in Coleg Cambria, Wrexham and offers a variety of creative printmaking opportunities which includes open access, workshops, courses, and demonstrations.

The centre’s main function is to facilitate open access to the print studio which allows anyone with printmaking experience the opportunity to use the facilities once they have become a Regional Print Centre member. The centre caters for traditional and non-traditional printmaking including monotype, etching, relief and screen printing.

The centre runs regular workshops and courses which are available to anyone, from complete beginners to more experienced printmakers. These offer a great opportunity to engage with and learn directly from a diverse range of professional print artists. The centre also coordinates specialist printmaking classes, lectures and demonstrations for art groups, schools, colleges and community groups.

The Regional Print Centre provides outstanding printmaking facilities and support for artists and designers within Wales and beyond with the aim to promote the medium of printmaking by creating diverse opportunities for people to expand their knowledge and skills.

The Regional Print Centre is a joint project funded by Coleg Cambria in Wrexham and the Arts Council of Wales.

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