In print, student artists are encouraged to work with a range of intaglio and relief print techniques. Drawing is usually the starting point and students are supported to develop their ideas into one or more print options, giving new weight and dynamism. The work is available as finished prints, greeting cards and commissions are also taken.

Print at Rowan is led by tutor Susie Johnson, who set up the print workshop on joining Rowan in 2015. Susie has a background in fine art and when not at Rowan, works out of her own studio. Her practice incorporates a wide range of media, including sculpture, drawing and print, and she explores a range of topics including language and identity.

Student artists are also supported by tutor Christopher Deane. Christopher has a background in fine art, graphics and graffiti. He worked as a community artist in Essex before moving to Cambridge and joining Rowan in 2018.

If you are interested in joining our print workshop – why not become a student?

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