Newcastle Hunter Valley
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Calling All Lovers Of Letterpress!

Here's your chance to create your very own Letterpress product

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Would you like to design and create your own unique letterpress products?
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Over six sessions, participants will learn how to design for the letterpress process and go on to print their own personalised items. You can create greetings cards, business cards or journals. No printing experience is required as Suze will step all students through the process from concept to finished art, platemaking, ink mixing and printing.

Design & Print Letterpress
6 week course starting Tuesday 31 July @ 6pm
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Nothing beats the beautiful tactile nature of letterpress which will be taught by Suze from Where Things Happen Design and Letterpress studio.

Where Things Happen

As a response to many enquiries asking if she ran letterpress workshops, and keen to spread the letterpress love and share her passion, skills and techniques with students, Suze decided to team up with Pumphouse School of Design in Wickham to offer the only letterpress course in the Hunter Region. 

Suze's love of letterpress and printing began while she was studying Design at the University of Newcastle. She went on to work in the advertising and design industry in London, Sydney and now Newcastle. Since moving home her desire to build a business doing something she loves became very important – which is how Where Things Happen started.

Letterpress

Inside Suze’s Maryville studio are three beautifully restored, working presses named Wolfgang, Fatima and Albert. She loves working with each of them, learning about their individual abilities and temperaments. She designs and prints a fabulous range of original greeting cards, tags and notebooks, as well as bespoke wedding stationery, business cards and posters.

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Location:
Pumphouse School of Design, 24 Greenway Street
Wickham
Contact:

hello@wherethingshappen.com.au
Website:
Where Things Happen
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