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Dispatches from Dublin: 

The Trinity Arts Workshop

Contributor post by Emily Westbrooks of From China Village























Hi Poppytalk readers!
A few weeks ago, I signed up for a lino-printing course 
through Trinity College. The Trinity Arts Workshop 
runs classes all throughout the school year that are
 open to the public. Their motto is Art for Everyone
 - great, huh?!
But the best part? These classes are great for locals
 and tourists alike. What better souvenir of your travels than 
a print or painting you made on your trip?



































The classes are all held in a small studio right on the back side of 
the Trinity College campus - I almost felt like a Trinity student 
walking in for my class. The studio is dark and cozy, with sketches 
and drawings from the other classes hung all over the walls and 
easels scattered everywhere.

Marta Wakula-Mac, a Polish-born lino artist with a sweet Etsy shop,

 teaches the three-hour Saturday lino-printing classes every other 
week throughout the school year. Marta is really friendly, gives clear
 instructions, and is the perfect instructor for beginners or more 
intermediate lino artists.

The classes are all held in a small studio right on the back side of the
 Trinity College campus - I almost felt like a Trinity student walking 
in for my class. The studio is dark and cozy, with sketches and 
drawings from the other classes hung all over the walls and easels 
scattered everywhere.


































































We were encouraged to bring drawings or images for inspiration, 
and I decided to use the quintessential Georgian Dublin door as 
my inspiration. I think it would be so neat to come to Dublin for 
a visit, take a few photos of something in the city that's inspired 
you, then make a lino-print of it to take home as a souvenir! You
could even stop into the National Gallery right around the corner for 
some inspiration on your way. And if you're traveling with not-so-arty 
companions, you can send them to the Trinity Science Gallery and
 the Book of Kells inside the campus while you're taking a class!

Until next time, slán abhaile!