An exciting and diverse new group of printmakers, brought together at Community Education Lewisham studio facilities near the Quaggy river in Lewisham.
This group of 20 or more printmakers use the workshop and studio facilities at Community Education Lewisham Adult Education institute at Granville Park, Lewisham.
Most of the printmakers are screen printers or etchers, but their work is varied and encompasses a very wide variety of styles and media, from paper to fabric via glass, leather and wood.
Private View: There will be a private view on Thursday 3 July from 6-8pm at The New Generation Centre, 111 Wells Park Road. All are welcome.
Workshops: Sarah Gursoy-Heuser, a print tutor at Community Education Lewisham, will help you make an original print to take home.
Monoprinting: Saturday 4 & 11 July 2pm £5
Screen printing: Sunday 5 & 12 July 2pm £5.
The River Quaggy, from which the group take their name, runs past the studios from its upper reaches further from London where it is more natural and known as the Kyd Brook. The river rises from two sources near Farnborough Hospital at Locksbottom and is a tributary of the River Ravensbourne which it flows into near Lewisham station in Lewisham.