Print Room in DC2

The Print Room will enable people to experience a variety of printmaking processes. The facility will concentrate on relief and intaglio process, including mono-printing in various guises, as well as limited silk screen processes.The Print Room will serve as a teaching facility to enable beginners and experienced practitioners to further their understanding of printmaking. The facility will also available for artists to produce limited editions.

The Print Room will offer classes to small groups, as well as individuals on a one-to-one basis. It will provide an ideal environment for students preparing for scholarships or entry into further education by extending their knowledge and portfolios.

The Print Room will be run by professional artist Jan Turner. Jan was trained at St Martins School of Art and the Royal College of Art. He has been teaching art and printmaking for over 20 years.

To find out about upcoming workshops, see our Workshop section.

To arrange a one-on-one session, contact

Eastbourne Studio Pottery

Ceramics Workshop at DC2


Recently established, Eastbourne Studio Pottery will be running a contemporary creative space for ceramics as a craft and art form, providing enjoyable and inspirational courses and expert guidance at all levels.

With a variety of short and longer courses focusing on a range of techniques including throwing, sculpture, slab and coil construction, decoration and more, the offer will be responsive to and shaped by the users.

Fee paying courses and space/kiln hire will be complemented by community grant aided and subsidised courses developed with local community partners.

Sheila Hay – Tutor
Claire Shoosmith – Tutor

Taster workshops will be available later this year with a full workshop programme available from 2017 – see our Workshop section.

For more information about Eastbourne Studio Pottery and to find out about opportunities for people with teaching skills and an interest in supporting the development of the studio, contact