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What people say about seacourt

I like the feeling of community

I loved everything about the course. We were given a file to look back on if we are not sure what we are doing.

Liked the range of techniques. Finding I could achieve an artistic print. All tutors very encouraging.

I liked all the workshops and the staff were all great

Loved it all, learning new things is great for mental health.

I like doing the work and creating art. The space is open and friendly.

Everyone very willing to help.

Encourages us to think outside the box. I liked the freedom to be creative

I love the art work and seeing other people’s work. The space was inclusive and safe.

Clinton was very encouraging, helping to find our potential.

People in the group very friendly and willing to share their ideas

Clinton so helpful, great patience and nothing a bother to him. The week seems long if I can’t get to Seacourt.

It was all great. I love it all.

Complete new learning again and positive in recovery. Recommended.

I have loved coming to this project. Clinton is patient, relaxed and gives good advice.

Has given me time for myself to relax and enjoy something I like. 

Brilliant, very local. Great staff, friendly, helpful and approachable. Helped build my self esteem

A place where people can flourish.

A great place to learn and develop ideas

A great place to be

A new part of my life

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Printmaking Courses Spring 2022

Join Seacourt Print Workshop this Spring for a full programme of printmaking courses including screen printing, salt etch, traditional etching, mono printing and many more…

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