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Leinster Printmaking

Leinster Printmaking LPS represents a group of professional printmaking artists, from Kildare and surrounding counties, coming together to share resources, knowledge and expertise.

Leinster Printmaking Studio is a not for profit organisation who's aim is to provide studio space and training for printmaking artists.

Leinster Printmaking Studio is a not for profit organisation who's aim is to provide studio space and training for printmaking artists.

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New Mayo exhibition explores changing social and demographics of rural life | Connaught Telegraph
18/08/2021
New Mayo exhibition explores changing social and demographics of rural life | Connaught Telegraph

New Mayo exhibition explores changing social and demographics of rural life | Connaught Telegraph

Artist Pamela de Brí. New Mayo exhibition explores changing social and demographics of rural life Published: Tue 17 Aug 2021, 11:30 AM Last updated: Wed 18 Aug 2021, 6:08 PM Áras Inis Gluaire in Belmullet is hosting an exhibition of the work of artist Pamela de Brí until Friday, September 17. Thi...

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What's Japanese vinyl??

In this video Wuon-Gean Ho talks about the process and her inspiration creating a coin for the Royal Mint.
She will be giving a course in experimental Japanese vinyl relief printing next February.

more about the workshop: https://www.eastlondonprintmakers.co.uk/course/experimental-relief-printing-with-japanese-vinyl/

see the full video about the Royal Mint Lunar Year of the Sheep coin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9QS4CEtp40

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10/11/2016

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"Little Stories Little Prints" in Arklow Library Gallery
This exhibition of prints and their stories forms part of a 1916 Commemorative Visual Arts Project through the medium of printmaking. The project was devised and coordinated by Pamela de Bri in collaboration with the Leinster Printmaking Studio and is on display at the Arklow Library Gallery until the end of December.
Pamela will be in Arklow Library on Tuesday evening, 22nd November, to talk about this very interesting project.
Enquiries to the library on (0402) 39977.

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05/10/2016

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Calling for: Irish suppliers for our new retail shop/gallery space [Untitled] Design shop in the heart of blas cafe, Chocolate Factory, Dublin 1.
Bringing new Irish designers together under one roof covering all disciplines including paint, print, illustration, handmade jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture, pottery, skin care with a strong focus on local Irish design and craft. If you are a designer/artist/crafter/maker and would like a platform to showcase and sell your work please contact Alison Kilbane at [email protected] for more info

You are invited to the launchofLittle Stories Little PrintsA 1916 Commemorative Project through Printmaking atGalway Cit...
29/08/2016

You are invited to the launch
of
Little Stories Little Prints
A 1916 Commemorative Project through Printmaking
at
Galway City Museum
on
Friday 2nd September at 2pm

The exhibition will be officially opened by Sabina Higgins
Little Stories Little Prints is a 1916 Commemorative Visual Arts Project through the medium of Printmaking. Almost fifty Printmakers from eight Printmaking Studios around Ireland accepted an invitation to participate in the project, which aims to create awareness of little known events or incidents during or around the time of the Easter Rising in 1916. The artists researched incidents and aspects of life at the time and created little prints in response to their research. The prints, along with their stories are presented in the exhibition.

The project was devised and coordinated by Pamela de Brí, in collaboration with the Leinster Printmaking Studio, Clane, Co Kildare and assisted by Studio Manager Margaret Becker.

A limited edition illustrated publication is available for purchase on request.

The prints, along with the stories, incidents or events that inspired them, can be viewed on the website www.littlestorieslittleprints.com. The project is supported by Co. Kildare Library and Arts Services and Dublin City Libraries. Further information email [email protected] or phone 0876616863.

The exhibition will run in the museum foyer until 29th October 2016.

Best wishes,
Galway City Museum
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Is Tionscadal Comórtha Amharcealaíona é “Little Stories Little Prints’, (Scéaltaí Bheaga, Priontaí Beaga) trí mheán déanta priontaí. Ghlac thart ar leathchéad priontálaithe, a bhaineann le hocht stiúideonna ar fud na hÉireann, cuireadh bheith páirteach sa togra seo. Tá mar aidhm ag an togra eolas a scaipeadh ar eachtraí nó ar tarlúintí a tharla le linn nó thart ar aimsir Éirí Amach na Cásca 1916, nach bhfuil mórán eolais futhu.

D’eagraigh comhordaitheoir an tionscadail imeachtaí eolais chun chabhrú leis na healaíontóirí taighde a dhéanamh ar eachtraí nó ar ghnéithe den saol ag an am. Bhí mar treoir ag na healaíontóirí eagrán teoranta de fiche mionphriontaí a chruthú mar fhreagra ar an taighde agus iad a thaispeáint taobh leis an scéal nó an eachtra a spreag iad.


Is féidir breathnú ar na priontaí, maraon leis na scéalta a spreag iad, ar an suíomh idirlíon: www.littlestorieslittleprints.com

Is féidir eagrán teoranta i bhfoirm leabhráin de na priontaí agus na scéalta a ghabhann leo a cheannach tríd an suíomh idirlíon nó ag [email protected]

Pamela de Brí a cheap agus a chomhordaigh an tionscadal i gcomhar le Stiúideo Déanta Priontaí Laighin, le cabhair ó Margaret Becker.

Thug Seirbhísí Ealaíne agus Leabharlainne Cho. Chill Dara tacaíocht don tionscadal, le cabhair bhreise ó Leabharlann Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath.

Beidh an taispeántas ar siúl sa foyer i músaem go dtí 29ú Deireadh Fomhair 2016.

Le gach dea-ghuí,
Músaem Cahtrach na Gaillimhe.

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Parish Centre, Clane, Co. Kildare
Kildare
W91AY6Y

General information

The Leinster Printmaking Studio was founded in 1998 at the Presentation Convent, Clane, Co. Kildare with ten members and one printing press. Since this time, the studio membership has increased fourfold and we now have 5 printing presses. In 2003, the Leinster Printmakig Studio moved to larger premises in Marron's Court, Clane, to accommodate the needs of the growing membership. The new facility boasts a gallery space where member's prints remain on display, for sale to the public.

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Printmaking supplies for sale - Various Printmaking tools, Paper (Fabriano), Tarlatan, Copper, Aluminium. Plastic and a selection of original fine art prints are available for sale at discount prices.

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Mairin Smyth from the Cotswolds School In Glos. UK spent a wonderful week at work experience in the Leinster Printmaking Studio with Margaret Becker and Val Hannigan. She found it so very interesting and went back to the UK today all "fired up" to tell her Arts teacher and class programme of her work experience and the drypoint and linocut prints she made. She found the artists so helpful and genereous to her, especially Margaret Becker, founder of the Print Studio which is celebrating it's 20th anniversary this year.
Printmakers around the world - don't forget to enter Inkmasters Print Exhibition 2018 - closes 14 May. Over AU$11,000 in prizes will be awarded at the launch on 27 July at Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns. Only 3 weeks to go! The exhibition will be 27 July to 19 August. This is a juried exhibition, and only selected artists need pay the entry fee. Entry forms available here: https://inkmasterscairns.com.au/inkfest-2018-biennial-festival-all-things-print