LONDON: 25 May 2021: This weekend, Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre is holding a three-day Printmaking Festival from 28-31 May featuring a real-life exhibition of prints and artists’ books, demonstrations and

15 artists will be physically presenting, in a social distanced environment, who will be on-hand to talk about their work. There will be an exhibition of works available to buy and the fair café will be open for refreshments. Entry is free, but for the safety of visitors, entry timeslots need to be booked in advance at or by calling 020 8977 7558.

Visitors will also be able to see the print, signed by the stars of TV hit dramas Normal People and Fleabag – Paul Mescal, Daisy Edgar-Jones and Andrew Scott – when they filmed the Normal People cross-over special for BBC’s Comic Relief at The Landmark last year, which is being raffled in a prize draw to raise vital funds for the centre

Arts Centre Manager, Lesley Bossine, commented: “We’re very excited to be opening the doors for this festival, it’s going to be a great way to ease back into visiting events again. The safety of our visitors will be our first
priority so there will be full social distancing, timed entry and lots of space to make everyone feel comfortable. We really hope to see you there!”

Programme of workshops and talks:

Intaglio Printmaking Talk & Demo with Peg Morris Saturday 29 May, 11am (places limited) £6

Print with Fruit & Veg! Half-term family workshops with Louise Anderson Wednesday 2 June, 10am – 3pm Half hour sessions £14 for a family of 4

Printmaking from Recycled Found Objects & Collage with Louise Anderson Saturday 5 June 2021, 10am – 4pm £45

Participating artists:
Jocelyn Horsfall; Jennie Ing; Gill Smith; Peg Morris + Buffy Kimm + Lindy Landers + other Kew Studio Artists; Deborah Hercun-Pamplin; Maggie Penton; Sue Ribbans; Alexandra Robb; Sally Scott & Kate Guy; Frances Kiernan; Sarah Hudson; Peter Luty; Ros Pritchard + Liz Varrall + Kate Simkins; Linda Jenkins; Sue Roe; Nicky Browne; Eleanor Durbin; Sally Maltby; Kitty Wass; Lindsey Cork; Areej Abdi; Candy Walker; Lisa Helyer; Adi Hollander; Will Clarke.

The Landmark Arts Centre is an independent charity (1047080) dedicated to offering a wide range of arts education activities for children, young people and adults by providing a stimulating, year-round, programme of live events including music, comedy, poetry and dance as well as providing exhibition opportunities for visual artists and designer makers through art fairs and group and solo exhibitions, to help care for our amazing Grade II* listed building.

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    Further information: Lesley Bossine: 07908 637585 Heather Griffith, M: 07966 630178
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