Seacourt Print Workshop offers a range of printmaking courses to everyone from beginners, intermediate and professional artists. We are excited to launch our first programme of courses in The Ulster Bank Building, Bangor Town Centre! Be one of the first to print within the walls of such a historic building as we hope to reopen for courses from the 11th October 2021. 

We offer range of courses, from a 2 hour CREATE print taster and one day workshops to a full introduction on a specific technique. Sign up to our newsletter to receive our ongoing programme, we drop courses every 6 weeks.

We can also design a workshop to suit your needs, whatever your celebration or project, we can build a creative session that you’ll enjoy together and you get to take home you own original artwork.

COVID-19 – All our current courses are socially distanced with very restricted numbers to ensure your safety. We’re cleaning on a daily basis and we have put measures in place to give you confidence about coming to the workshop. You’ll find detailed guidance in each course.

Have a browse or contact us for further information on planning a workshop around your needs. 

New! Print and Prosecco with Debbie Hunter

Partake in some Linocut printing with professional printmaker and educator, Debbie Hunter. Enjoy a glass of fizz as Debbie takes you through the relief process and sharing some hints and tricks. Taking inspiration from local beauty spots, each participant will leave with their very own creation.


Cyanotype Create Print Taster

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a unique cyan-blue print. Using foliage and found objects you’ll learn how to make prints on paper and fabric. We’ll provide some foliage but do bring some objects you’d like to use to print with. You’ll take away a final piece.

Textile Printing with Heat Reactive Dyes at Seacourt Print Workshop

Textile Printing with Heat Reactive Dyes

Try out some textile printing using heat active dyes. You’ll learn how to use the heat press to produce designs on fabric. This technique uses heat reactive dyes and by painting colours, lines and using foliage you will make unique patterns that will make a beautiful take home piece.