Richenda currently teaches adult printmaking courses at Ochre Print Studios in Guildford specialising in relief printmaking: linocuts, woodcuts and goetz technique. www.ochreprintstudio.co.uk
Working freelance, workshops are also taught in schools, colleges, and galleries working with various organisations including the Arts Council of England.
The workshops offer an insight into printmaking techniques and a life of the artist. Where possible, trips are made to London galleries to view first hand the influence of printmaking.
Workshops are available to suit all ages and capabilities.
Previous workshops have covered mono-printing, etching, collographs and lino printing and woodcut, working in various institutions. Richenda has worked with primary, secondary school children, adults with disabilities and young offenders.
All professional printmaking equipment is brought into the classroom / gallery including a portable press, etching inks, rollers and paper.
In advance of the workshop Richenda will discuss the proposed lesson plan and where necessary present back up notes for participants and staff.
Richenda has worked for the following organisations:
Recent Workshops in 2012:
Medicine Garden, Cobham.
A two day printmaking workshop open to the public inspired by the surrounding gardens. The workshop is part of a celebratory Arts Festival.
|May - July 2012||
Painshill Park, Cobham.
Four day workshop working with two local schools at Painshill Park Cobham. Working alongside one other artist, Jono Rettalick, young disabled students with their carers and young pupils with parents.
|June 2012||Hinchley Wood Secondary School.
As part of Dance Signatures, an artist residency, GCSE and A level students were invited to attend a workshop at St Georges Church, draw a dancer and make prints from the drawings. A follow up day was spent in the school developing the work to make reduction linocuts and monoprints
|March - April 2012||
Dance Signatures: St Georges, Esher:
A two month residency working with contemporary dancers exploring the relationship between dance and art. The residency included two full day adult workshops drawing dancers in the morning and creating prints in the afternoon. The residency had an opening and closing exhibition and was open to the public for two months.
Past Workshops in Schools and Colleges
|2011,2009, 2007||Esher Church Primary School, Esher|
|2011, 2010||The Beacon Secondary School, Banstead, Surrey.|
|2011, 2010||Thames Ditton Junior School, Thames Ditton|
|2009, 2008||Christchurch School, Primary School, Surbiton|
|2010||Spelthorne Infant and Nursey School|
|2010||Polesdon Lacey Infant School, Bookham|
|2010||Ash Manor Secondary School , Farnham|
|2010||St Matthews Infant School, Downside, Cobham|
|2007||Preston Manor School, Wembley|
|2006||Esher College, Weston Green Road, Thames Ditton.|
|2012||Walton Leigh, Walton|
|2010||Philip Southcote School, Addlestone|
|2010||Orchard Lodge Resource Centre, Anerley|
|2009||The Lightbox, Woking|
|2006||The Robert Phillips Gallery, Walton|
|2012||St Georges Church, Esher|
|2010||Heath End Secondary School, Farnham|
|2008||Colebrook Day Centre, Redhill|