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School Print Workshops

Perfect for Art Week!


Customised to suit your students

I can bring my printmaking skills and equipment into your school to create unique opportunities for your students to play, experiment and learn.

My bespoke workshops will give your students the opportunity to handle new materials, explore line, texture, pattern and colour and fall in love with art and the process of printmaking!

The printing methods I teach are varied, I specialise in intaglio and relief printing which includes; linocut, collagraph, etching and drypoint. My workshops often combine and re-imagine these artforms.

All ages and abilities

I have worked with students of all ages, including primary, secondary and sixth form years. Print making is really versatile and I’m happy to put together a workshop plan that will suit your students.

I will adapt processes to suit the ability of the students and the number of participants. We can look at specific subject matter and adjust the materials and process to fit into your curriculum.

Experience and expertise

Recent schools who I’ve worked with include

  • Kevvic secondary school and sixth form centre

  • Holy family primary

  • Mangotsfield secondary

  • Downs prep school

As well as taking my print making into schools I have over 7 years of experience of holding regular evening classes and workshops in my own studio.

I regularly bring my workshops to community events and festivals.
I teach adult classes at Spike Island- a specialist print studio in Bristol linked with UWE.

I am a professional printmaker and sell my own prints online, in art fairs and galleries.

I am fully CRB checked and am qualified as a level 3 play leader (Forest School



"Steph joined our school for an Art Week project.  The children were so inspired to meet and learn about a successful local artist. Steph’s impact, highlighting future career possibilities and raising the aspirations of our young artists is immeasurable. We would be delighted to welcome her back for future projects."  - Year One Teacher. Holy Family Primary School

'A great workshop! The results say it all - beautiful prints!'
- Nick Rangecroft.

Art and Design teacher, King Edward VI Community College, Totnes.

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