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Highland Print Studio is a printmaking and digital imaging facility based in Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The Studio operates from its own premises overlooking the River Ness, in the heart of the city and has facilities for a range of printmaking techniques including screenprint, intaglio, relief print and lithography (photo plate and stone). Its recently upgraded digital suite includes facilities for high-spec digital imaging, large-format photographic printing and high-resolution scanning.
Highland Print Studio is a Creative Scotland Regularly Funded Organisation and is also in receipt of revenue funding from Highland Council. Highland Print Studio is a unique and vital part of the arts infrastructure of the Highlands and attracts studio users from across the Highlands and Islands and further afield.
In addition to providing an open access workshop, Highland Print Studio has a varied artistic programme. This includes residencies, commissions and professional development for artists, and an education and outreach programme that works with schools and community groups across the Highlands.
Highland Print Studio runs beginner/refresher and intermediate classes throughout the year in many traditional and digital printmaking techniques. One-to-one tuition is also available on request.