Design Museum Academy Creative Workshop

Design Camp: Lino Printing for 8 to 11 year olds

Join this workshop to learn how to create a unique lino-printed poster inspired by the colourful designs of Yinka Ilori and Morag Myerscough.

Suitable for children aged 8– 11.

Image by Georgia Bosson.

Design Camp.

Image by Georgia Bosson.

Design Camp.

What to expect

In this creative workshop, young people will be taught how to create their own poster using the technique of lino-cutting. They will learn how to make a series of graphic lino blocks and create a repeat pattern to carve a beautiful drawing.

This workshop will teach the skills to carry on lino printing at home.

What they will learn:

  • Lino cutting and carving

  • Print design

  • Pattern repeats

Please note that all equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided for the duration of the session, but you must bring a packed lunch.


Georgia Bosson

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.

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Booking information

Young person: £65
Early bird young person: £59
Members: £52
Early bird Members: £47

This workshop is suitable for children aged 8– 11 who are at a beginner level.

Early bird tickets are available until 20 March.

Check out the Design Museum Academy refunds and cancellations policy here.

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