Monday, 20 June 2011

Water-based Screenprinting for the Enamelling Process

Giggleswick summer school 2011 still has few places available. This year we have Elizabeth Turrell joining us for the first time. Elizabeth is a colleague from UWE and a specialist in vitreous enamelling on steel and copper. She has recently been creating an international contemporary vitreous enamel archive and is involved in a series of public commissions in enamel. Elizabeth exhibits nationally and internationally and in addition has taught widely, both in the UK and overseas.

If you are interested in joining us this year contact me - (Dave Fortune) : 07973 776 019.

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