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School of Art and Design to Run Two Short Courses This July In Opportunities, What’s On by CCI15 May, 20150 Comments

1 July 2015 - 28 August 2015

The School of Art and Design at the University of Portsmouth is delighted to announce two brand new short courses coming this summer. 

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Image by Christian Bennett

They are offering four-day courses in experimental screen printing or medium format photography.  Both courses have been designed to make the most of their specialist equipment and facilities, and offer a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in creative practice for a few days.

Early booking is recommended as places are very limited. Each course will be led by a skilled instructor who will encourage you to develop your creative ideas as part of a small group.  In addition to expanding skills each participant will leave with a folio of work to be proud of.

All materials and refreshments (including lunch) will be supplied.  All you need to do is turn up and focus on your work.

The School of Art and Design are confident that these events will be fast, fun and fantastic for your personal creative development.

For more information and booking details please click on the links below:

Silver and Salt: Traditional Medium Format Photography

Experimental Screen Printing

Title picture by Russell Squires

    Details

    Start:
    1 July 2015
    End:
    28 August 2015
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    Venue

    Eldon Building
    Winston Churchill Avenue
    Portsmouth,HampshirePO1 2DJUnited Kingdom
    Website:
    http://port.ac.uk/cci

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