Highland Print Studio

Highland Print Studio
Highland Print Studio
20 Bank Street, Inverness, Highland, IV1 1QU
  • Telephone 01463 718999
  • Opening times Tue, Wed, Fri & Sat, 10am–1pm & 2–6pm; Thu 10am–1pm & 2–9pm.
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  • Website www.highlandprintstudio.co.uk
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Highland Print Studio is an open access workshop with facilities for printmaking (intaglio, relief, sceenprinting and stone lithography) and digital imaging.

Anyone from professional artist to complete beginner can learn to use our facilities. Simply take a class in the technique you want to learn and on successful completion, you can then continue using that area to continue creating your own work.

Highland Print Studio also stocks a range of original prints for sale. Each print is a hand-made original work of art that is made using one or more traditional printmaking technique and is signed and numbered by the artist.

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Weekend Beginners Relief Printing Class

Relief Printing – Beginners/Refreshers Relief is any form of printmaking where the ink is carried on the surface of the printing block, and not in the cuts. In this class you will learn how to use cutting tools to create the strong and powerful images associated with the medium. After starting with a single colour…

Sat 21 Mar

£135 (£125) / 01463 718999

Sun 22 Mar

£135 (£125) / 01463 718999

Reviews & features

Scotland's Workshops Week aims to draw attention to the quality of facilities on offer

19 Nov 2019

We pick some highlights from the programme, which brings together 11 of the country's sculpture workshops, print-making and photography studios

Scotland's reputation in the visual arts is well established, but few people make the connection between international shows and Turner Prize wins and the artists' facilities on the ground where world-class work is made. That's one of the reasons why…

Public access production facilities 'provide a strong foundation for exploring new pedagogies and bringing people together'

17 Apr 2019

Some of the people behind Scotland's top-class facilities tell us about the role they play, not just for artists, but for their communities as a whole

Across Scotland, there are currently eleven regularly funded public-access production facilities, offering the use of state-of-the-art printmaking, sculpture, photography and glass making facilities for low cost, often subsidised rates. Most are located…

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