In printmaking an image is taken from a previously prepared block or plate and can be used to create multiple images, except in the case of monoprinting, where a single image is taken from a plate creating rich and textured effects.
Over the years, AccessArt has worked with artists to create a comprehensive collection of resources to promote and inspire accessible printmaking in the classroom from simple plasticine printing to more complex techniques like making collagraphs, lino printing and screen printing.
We have selected a range of print making resources below that cover the basics, but also offer the chance for experimental and pupil lead work.
For our full range of Artsmark resources can be found here
AccessArt is an Artsmark Partner Organisation
Artsmark places creativity at the heart of education.
“Artsmark enables schools and education settings to celebrate and advocate for the value of cultural education, and gives schools and education settings a clear framework to plan, develop and evaluate arts and cultural provision. It provides evidence for Ofsted on how you meet its spiritual, moral, social and cultural requirements, supporting the wellbeing of pupils.” – Norfolk and Norwich Festival Bridge.
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