The Glasgow Print Studio Workshop features a wide range of printmaking facilities. The high quality and versatility of equipment on offer has attracted artists from the UK, Russia, Germany, Israel, Spain, Denmark, Brazil, Ukraine, India, Japan, South Africa, Australia, Canada and the USA.
Such a variety of visiting artists, along with the two hundred regular members of the studio ensures that a wide range of styles and techniques are being practised. This in turn creates a lively atmosphere and friendly environment, with the social and cultural mix that stimulates a constant discussion and exchange of philosophies, ideas and working practices. The workshop is run by an experienced staff of expert artist printmakers who can provide guidance and technical advice on all aspects of printmaking.
How to access the workshop
Access is open to all members of the public who have printmaking experience (with regular evening classes to ensure that those wishing to acquire or refresh their skills have the opportunity to do so).
Membership is taken out annually and allows members access to the workshop facilities. Members will also receive invitation to exhibition previews, artist's talks and information on all professional and social activities. A system of session fees, paid daily, quarterly or yearly contributes to the cost of consumables provided by the workshop such as inks, solvents and related print chemistry, rags and cleaning materials.
For more information on how to become a member and how to gain access to Glasgow Print Studio's production facilities, please call 0141 552 0704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Street Level offer a state of the art digital suite with scanning and printing capabilities in addition to a large communal wet darkroom for black and white printing and processing facilities for all formats of film in both colour and black and white. They also have a large day lit space dedicated to dry print finishing.
The facilities are open to all members as soon as they complete a free induction.
For more information on all facilities, prices and how to become a member, please click here.
Glasgow Media Access Centre (GMAC) provides a range of courses, equipment and services for those wishing to develop their involvement with film making media.
Please see the Equipment Rate Card (pdf). All equipment hires require a Membership. Membership is available at GMAC for £45 per annum, this includes 12 months insurance for hiring our equipment along with many other perks including FREE ENTRY to Café Flicker and special events.
Equipment offers are subject to availability and may be withdran at any time.
For more information on how to access these facilities please visit www.g-mac.co.uk or call 0141 553 2620.