We are very lucky to have a wonderful textile artwork in our windows through July. One of our regular print studio members Rosie James has been making a series of fantastic portraits through lockdown, in her signature style drawing with threads and leaving the ends hanging loose.
Following the sold-out workshop accompanying Rochester Cathedral’s Museum of the Moon exhibit, we’ll be hosting another chance to screen print souvenir moon and space themed bags and cushions at INTRA.
Explore magical chromatic processes with fountain pen ink artist Nick Stewart in his innovative ink and bleach drawing workshop.
On Saturday 23rd November we’re holding our lovely annual printmakers get together and print fair – the Wayzgoose! Join us to meet the printmakers at INTRA and see what we’ve been up to in the studio, browse hand printed cards, textiles, crafts and artworks (including lots of new work from the 20-20 print exchange at …
Festival time is coming soon and for us it really kicks off in June with the annual Medway Print Festival, now in its fourth year. Exhibitions and workshops with a printmaking theme will be springing up across Rochester, Chatham and Upnor over two weeks from Friday 7th to Sunday 23rd June.
Jane Prangnell’s whimsical prints have gained quite a following in the years she’s been printing with us. One of our first members when we were around the corner at Coal Shed Press on Boundary Wharf, Jane has developed a distinctive style of bold black and white prints with a cartoony feel and gentle humour. This …
Fancy Tat have brought their exciting bottle cutting workshop to INTRA, and it’s been going down a storm. In their three hour workshop you can learn and practice Fancy Tat’s tried and tested methods to cut and sand salvaged bottles and make items including glasses or lanterns.
On Sat 8th December, we’ll have a big roomful of original gift ideas for art lovers, a chance to meet the printmakers who work at INTRA, to join in on some printing fun and have a go on the famous tombola. For 20p you might win a printmaking class, or perhaps a tin of potatoes!
One of our favourite artists, and favourite projects, Rikard Osterlund’s photobook ‘Look, I’m wearing all the colours’ previewed as part of the Sick! Living With Invisible Illness exhibition last year to great acclaim, and it encapsulated the project perfectly. To publish the book, Rikard launched a Kickstarter campaign.