Make and Create at the National Print Museum

The National Print Museum is holding a number of exciting workshops for adults, children, and families throughout April and May. In April, the Museum is delighted to host their first Introduction to Screen Printing workshop (above) with Tidy Print, a Brighton-based Print Shop and Screen Printing Studio, and welcomes back artists Caroline Byrne and Debora Ando for workshops in Bookmaking (below) and Colour Intaglio printmaking respectively.

For May, the Museum offers great introductory workshops in Modern Calligraphy, Medieval Book Making, Letterpress Printed Books, and Linocut Printmaking.

The Museum also offers lots of events for children and families throughout the Easter Holidays. There are scheduled workshops in Easy Easter Printmaking for 4-7 years, Easter Bookmaking for 8-12 years, and a Comic Book Workshop for 12-16 years.

There are also three Drop-in Family Workshops – Stamping Stories, Fingerprint Fun, and Brilliant Bookmarks – from 2.00 to 4.00pm on Tuesday 3rd April to Thursday the 5th April. These are suitable for all ages, and payment can be made on the day. There is also a free Drop-in Family Activity of Easter Card-making each day from Monday 26th March to Thursday 29th March – this is a drop-in activity, and is available all day, every day, on these dates!

With the exception of the Drop-in Family activities, all workshops must be booked in advance through the online Museum Shop at

All information on booking and costs involved can be found on the Museum website, by emailing , or by ringing (01) 6603770.