NOW BOOKING: Online Courses
Learn printmaking online for the first time!
We are delighted to be running new online courses starting in January and February 2021. Read more here
Leicester Print Workshop Temporary Closure
The LPW Studio, Gallery and Shop are currently closed due to the current Lockdown restrictions.
We are running new online courses starting in January and February, so you can still make prints during Lockdown!
EXHIBITIONS: Small Print International 6
Small Print International 6
Our Sixth Mini Print Exhibition Goes Digital!
View & purchase prints online
28 November 2020 – 13 February 2021
ONLINE: Leicester Print Festival
Our full programme of artist talks, demos, workshops, activities for families and young people, yoga for printmakers and more is now available online!
Keep busy during Lockdown 3 at www.makeprints.co.uk
#LPWathome - Layered Space inspired printmaking to try at home
Become inspired by your house and garden and make prints at home using materials that you might find in your recycling.
Have a go, experiment and tag us in to what you make using #lpwathome!
FREE In Conversation talks
Our FREE In Conversation talks are now taking place online every 2 months.
Click here to watch our conversation with Barrie Tullett, which took place in July.
Online Studio Booking for LPW Members
Book your Work Station online!
When the Studio reopens, LPW Members can now book in to use the LPW Studio online here.
Monday 1st February until Monday 3rd May 6pm - 7.30pm.
This online course is in 4 parts that will look at some practical aspects of book making from the context of “bookness” – what a book is and most importantly, what it could be.
Saturday 23rd January 10am - 4pm .
Coronavirus Update: This course has been postponed following the government announcement of a third national lockdown [as of 12th January].
Portraiture in Print is a short course for anyone interested in exploring or developing their skills in portraiture using Linocut printmaking. You will learn how to use tone and mark making to create the planes of the face and how to add character to your portraits.