Production Specifics

Green Door has been set up from the outset as environmentally sound, outlawing the use of acid, solvents, and other chemicals usually found in traditional printmaking studios.

Turnaround Time
Starting CostUp to £100
Production Access workshops & classes

Materials

Water Based Paint Relief & Intaglio Inks Printmaking Inks Cotton Paper Book Paper Gesso Show more

Processes

Printing Etching Block Printing Lino and Block Printing Textile Printing Screenprinting Show more

Machines

Screenprinting Equipment Screen Printing Press
 

Works With

Large Businesses
Small Companies
Professionals
General Public
Students

Capacity

Bespoke 1-offs
Samples
Prototypes
Short Run
Medium Run
Large Run

Video: Make Works Derby and Derbyshire visits Green Door Printmaking Studio at Banks Mill


Company History

Anna began printmaking when she was studying at Edinburgh College of Art in the 1960s. She trained as an art therapist in Scotland before studying for a BA(Hons) degree in Illustration at the University of Derby, alongside her daughter, and partner in crime, Pandora. When Anna and Pandora graduated, both firmly invested in printmaking for their individual arts practice, they decided it was time to set up a studio of their own. Their main objectives were for this to be open access, accessible to all, and environmentally sound. Green Door Printmaking Studio was first conceived in Green Lane, a University of Derby owned building in 2006. The studio began small, with 5 members working in a small area of the building. In late 2012 Green Door were successful in receiving Arts Council England funding in order to move into Banks Mill Studios.


Contact Green Door Printmaking Studio

ContactPandora Johnson
Administrator
Emailadmin@greendoor-printmaking.co.uk
Phone07919 823 097
Websitegreendoor-printmaking.co.uk
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AddressBanks Mill Studios
71 Bridge Street
Derby
DE1 3LB
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