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Introduction to Lino Printing

Saturday, 20 July '24   10am – 1pm BST
Forgan Arts Centre, 59 Kirk Road, Newport-on-Tay, Fife, DD6 8JB
16 years and over
Only 2 spaces left
Introduction to Lino Printing


Pamela Scott is a freelance illustrator and printmaker from Dundee who creates prints, paintings and public art. Her work can be found in local independent shops, at seasonal craft markets, on display at various exhibitions and in her online shop.

Join Pamela for a workshop where you will create your own hand printed linocut prints.

Pamela will guide you through the process of designing, cutting and printing an A5 black and white linocut. Feel free to bring reference material with you for inspiration.

Everyone will take home an (up to) ten print edition of their print and you can keep your linocut to print more at home if you wish.

No experience necessary. Materials provided.

Please bring along some pictures/drawings for reference.

Students can bring their own paper to print on if they like (A4 cartridge paper is recommended)
Tea and coffee available at the Centre


If travelling by car, please park at Waterstone crook car park and make your way up to the centre. We have limited parking at the Centre which is reserved for blue badge holders and those with limited mobility only.
Please read the booking terms and conditions on the course page before making a booking.
By making a booking, you are agreeing to these terms.

Refunds - can be issued up to 2 weeks before classes begin, minus a £10 booking fee.
No refunds can be offered for non-attendance .
If a course is cancelled by the Centre due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be issued with a full /pro- rata refund.

Public Liability Disclaimer
Please be advised that the road leading up to the property is privately owned and maintained by another landowner, and that the streets surrounding the Centre are owned and maintained by Fife Council. When using these roads, you do so at your own risk. Forgan Arts Centre holds no responsibility for any damage, injury, or inconvenience incurred. The safety of visitors to Forgan Arts Centre is important to us, so please be careful on your travels by foot or transport.

Forgan Arts Centre is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR), Charity number: SC008537

Tea and coffee is available at the Centre. If attending a day long course or workshop, please bring a packed lunch. We do not have a café.



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Forgan Arts Centre
59 Kirk Road

Parking is available at Waterstone Crook Car Park. There are four disabled parking bays at the centre.


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