Fancy learning to print?
Or giving a print class as a gift?
It’s so easy. Just email Simone and you can arrange a Gift Voucher for yourself, a friend/family member or your Special Someone in no time at all.
Gift vouchers can be posted or emailed at short notice, whichever method best suits your gift and your timeframe. (And last minute gifts are no problem!)
The vouchers are for workshops (usually $160), casual classes ($40 per 3 hour session), 10 visit passes for casual classes ($350) … or any other amount that suits your budget.
The vouchers are valid for a year and are very flexible. For example, a $300 voucher could be used for a workshop, some printmaking materials and several casual classes. (Also, a $40 voucher can be used as a part payment towards a full day workshop.)
A full day workshop is a great way to start out printmaking - over the course of a day (and including a nice lunch in the cafe Pony & Cole), your Special Someone will get the feel for an entire process. If there is not already a workshop planned in the process they want - see Forthcoming Workshops here - they can select an available date that suits them (these dates can be found half way down the Workshops page) and Simone will start a workshop especially for them. (The workshop always goes ahead, even with only one person booked. Usual workshop numbers vary from 1 to 6 participants.)
Places in casual classes are reserved on a “first in, best dressed” basis, so best to book well in advance. Because the casual classes do book out (many weeks have a waitlist), people often like to start with a full day workshop, followed by the occasional casual class, or even a different workshops (in a new process). There are so many ways to print! For more information about casual classes please click here.
So, if you email Simone the following details:
Your name and contact details,
The name of the person you are giving the voucher to, and
The amount of the voucher (as well as whether you’d like the amount written on the front of the voucher, or not)
… She can email you an invoice and gift voucher within 24-36 hours. Perfect for last moment gifts!
Low-toxic intaglio processes – drypoint, etching, monoprints/monotypes, collagraphs, chine colle, etc.
Relief processes – lino printing, woodcuts, wood engravings, collagraphs, embossing, photopolymer, Japanese woodblock, etc.
Stencilling & screen printing – DIY kitchen table techniques, screenprinting with hand cut stencils, screenprinting with drawing/masking fluid, screen monoprinting, UV screenprinting, beginners repeat pattern textile printing, etc.
Other print processes - waterless lithography, gelli printing, printing without a press, etc.
And coming soon to Stone & Quoin Studio in Hindmarsh:
Letterpress, book arts and zines.
To see examples of different kinds of prints, go to the Union St Print Pinterest page or the Union St Printmakers Facebook page (click Photos, Albums and then See All). Each album features a different set of printmaking techniques.