Seacourt is a print workshop based in the seaside town of Bangor, Northern Ireland. We offer membership, courses and resources for all, as well as our self-arranged residency programme.




Seacourt Print Workshop was founded in 1981 by Margaret Arthur and Jean Duncan. They wanted to be able to practice printmaking close to home and starting small, they established a print workshop. To help pay for overheads and purchase equipment they delivered courses to local people, then schools and the membership started to grow.

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We offer several levels of membership at seacourt and we’re always delighted to welcome new printmakers into our community. 

There is a simple application process so that we can ensure you have the necessary skills and experience to work in the space safely.

We can also prepare you for membership through courses and one to one training. There is always coffee on the go so arrange to drop by for a tour and a chat about options. Download an application form here.


Health and Wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do here at Seacourt. Our workshop is an inclusive, supportive environment that encourages people of all abilities to become a member, book a course or volunteer with us.

Covid 19

Covid 19 Like so many other arts organisations and charities the Covid 19 crisis forced Seacourt to close to the public and to our members

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Reis Turnbull

Reis Turnbull‘Culture Collection’ Reis was born in Bangor, UK. She has recently graduated with a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art Printmaking. Reis is a multidisciplinary

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‘Diversity in print’

To celebrate Creative Peninsula and August Craft Month 2018 our members are presenting work that shows the diversity and dynamism of printmaking and some of

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We are located just outside of Bangor town centre.

Unit 20 Dunlop Industrial Units,

8 Balloo Drive,


Co. Down,

BT19 7QY 

Tel: 02891460595