Design Museum Academy Young people workshop
Design Camp: Enzo Mari Lino Printing for 11 to 14 year olds
Inspired by the books of The Maris, participants will work to create a series of lino prints which will be made into a concertina book.
Mari’s playful approach to storytelling favoured beautifully illustrated imagery. The session will start with a visit to get inspiration from the books and storyboards featured in our Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli exhibition before returning to the workshop to create their own narrative.
Each print within the concertina book will showcase a different lino technique and their book will act as a guide for future lino projects.
• Lino carving techniques
• Reduction carving lino printing
• Book making
– All equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided, but participants will need to bring a packed lunch
– Please let us know of any access needs, including neurodiversity, when booking a place for your child. If your child receives additional support in their formal education setting, you are welcome to bring a carer/additional adult at no cost, but we are unable to provide 1:1 support
Bosson is a print and product designer specialising in textiles. Her collections combine hand screen printed textiles and timber products with quilting and embroidery. Bosson's creative process is craft-led with drawing and paper stencil screen prints and she is inspired by finding patterns in unexpected places she seeks to create a fresh and contemporary yet timeless aesthetic.
Young people: £74
Young people Early bird: £67
*Please note that this benefit only applies to the cardholding Member’s children and not those of additional guests.
Early bird tickets are available until Saturday 16 March.
Capacity is limited, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
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