At Home ‘Print A City’ Workshop

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Online, Friday 9th October

In collaboration with Irish Architecture Foundation, as part of Open House Junior, The National Print Museum invites you to join us online for a workshop to ‘Print a City’ at home! We will show you how letterpress printing has been used to illustrate some beautiful buildings, all over the world. Then we will show you how to create some home-made stamps so you can print your own building blocks, houses and cities.

What you’ll need:
Craft foam sheet (available from art or craft shops, some bookshops/stationers, ‘pound shops’ etc), Glue, Scissors, Pencil, Paper, Paint and brushes, or Ink Stamps, Card (bits from a leftover cardboard box are perfect). Optional extras: string, sponge, other textures.

Workshop will be delivered via zoom. A link will be sent closer to the date.

Max 8 participants. Families welcome.
Parent/guardian needed for younger children.

Age: from 5 (with parental assistance – scissors!)


Date:
Friday 9th October
Time:
3.00pm
Price:
Free

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