Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Fife Dunfermline Printmakers are Active at Holyrood

It's all happening at the Scottish Parliament at the moment with their latest exhibition of none other than Andy Warhol.  Fife Dunfermline Printmakers have put together and are running a supporting programme of print making mini workshops using screen print, which will be on offer to members of the public for free.   The program is generously supported by the good people at Carnegie Dunfermline Trust .

"So get out your squeegees and put on yer aprons and get down to Holyrood !! "

If you would like to learn more about screen printing and don't want to be  disappointed, then it seems a good idea to book a timed slot in advance of visiting the exhibition.  
Bookings can be obtained via:
Group bookings of up to 15 are available.
The workshops will last approximately 30 minutes each are being offered on the following days and open to all ages.   Booking is recommended.   Please telephone 0131 348 5454.
  • Sat 19 October
  • Sun 20 October
  • Sat 26 October
  • Sun 27 October
  • Sat 2 November
  • Sun 3 November
The photo  (Chairman Mao)above is taken from an article in the Guardian Newspaper about this bullet ridden print by Warhol which Dennis Hopper created (ie the bullet holes) see this link for further info

The lower photo is from the Chicagoprintmakers.blogspot.com

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