Print Club

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Print Club

Combining a screen printing studio and gallery, Print Club London sits in the heart of Dalston providing a go-to hub for anyone interested in purchasing original prints, learning the skill themselves or looking to have their work printed by professionals. Regular workshops include beginner classes, sessions on t-shirt printing and workshops for corporate events. Membership is available if you want to get stuck in yourself, with the studio conveniently open 24/7 for night owls with a passion for printing. The exhibition space hosts a number of shows where limited edition screen prints can be snapped up, and once a year they relocate to Somerset House for 'Blisters', and annual exhibition which brings top illustrators and designers together for a film focussed showcase of work. 


Venue name: Print Club
Address: Unit 3 Millers Ave
E8 2DS
Opening hours: 9am-6pm
Transport: Rail: Dalston Kingsland
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  • Classes and workshops Thursday May 4 2017 - Friday May 5 2017

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Located in the wonderfully arty district of Dalston Kingsland, Print Club London over fab workshop sessions and membership options. They have a gallery space too tucked away in the Millers Junction workspace, with various members work showcased on a regular basis. Whether you are new to printmaking or well practised in it, there will be an option for you at print club! Not just great for printmakers though, also a one stop shop for art admirers, with their well stocked shop selling originals from some of the best established and emerging names in illustration, graphics and fine art. 


The Print Club run an absolutely fantastic beginners introduction to screen printing in their studios in Dalston. Bought as a gift for my other half (£50 per person) we had a hugely enjoyable day learning all about the process of screen printing. Arriving not too early in the morning armed with an A4 image on a memory stick - could be a photograph, drawing or designed imaged - the three technicians show you all the steps and processes to creating your own print (A4 and one colour). By the end of the day you leave with six flawless screen prints and you're fully inducted into using their facilities as a screen printer (note, you will have to buy monthly membership to access the 24 hour studios) as well as understanding the processes of screen printing so you can continue solo. The whole day left me wanting more and I am considering becoming a fully fledged member. 

They also have a great gallery and shop, which is also online, selling an array of different artists who use their studio at really accessible prices. A perfect place to start your own art gallery at home.