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New name, new website

When we set up SLAUGHTERHAUS Print Studio in 2010, we named it after the building. Redesigning our website in 2024 was also the perfect time to launch our new name, HAUSPRINT.

How we present ourselves and the work we do with our local and wider communities is important to us and we believe that the time is right for a refresh.

HAUSPRINT is a place of community, sharing and learning. We first used this name in lockdown to describe our online and community outreach courses in a difficult time.

We provide a welcoming place for printing, for meeting artists and printmakers and for finding out about the joys of creativity through making. Welcome to the new HAUS!

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Crowdfunder appeal – we need your help

We are crowdfunding to raise the money to invest in two new etching presses.

We are asking everyone who has ever been to the studio, bought a print, taken a class, or enjoyed an exhibition opening to support our work going forwards – and to share our appeal with anyone you think might help!

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Monotype with water washable inks | 3 Saturdays | June 2024

Explore monotype printing over three mornings at HAUSPRINT. This course is designed to give you a really good understanding of using water washable printing inks to make painterly monotypes.

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Etching: Hard Ground | 3 Tuesday evenings | October 2024

Whether you are looking for a greater understanding of the hard ground technique or are a complete beginner to etching, you will come out of this three evening course with new skills and unique prints.

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Artist talk: Eleanor Watson

Eleanor grapples with her attraction to decorative interiors, finding beauty in pattern, object and light, in this video presentation.


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“I think all visual art is a metaphor”

Following a previous career as a forensic psychiatrist, James Anderson’s colourful carborundum and layered woodcuts convey the emotion of inner worlds. We discuss abstraction, inspiration and the hard work of practice with him.

James Anderson

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Printmaking involves many specialist techniques, processes and tools. We hope our glossary will help guide you through the subject. New entries added monthly.

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