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Printmaking with Edvard Munch

 
 

Join us to experience an enriching workshop in our Beach Bar. 

 

Enjoy an insightful evening at The Montague on the Gardens in the heart of Bloomsbury, in partnership with The British Museum and its ‘Edvard Munch: Love and Angst’ exhibition, supported by the AKO Foundation. The creator of art’s most haunting and iconic face, ‘The Scream’, Edvard Munch was a pioneering artist whose prints are among the most iconic in the world.

You'll discover Edvard Munch’s contribution to printmaking history and learn the art of printmaking, with the artist’s preferred processes of woodcut and drypoint. Using Munch’s work as a starting point, create your own print with oil-based inks, wood blocks and copper plates.

Alongside an enriching workshop, the evening will include a welcome drink and a selection of finger food BBQ-themed dishes from The Montague’s delicious Beach Bar menu.

Burger

 

Prawns

 

Price includes:

  • Printmaking workshop
  • Ticket to The British Museum’s ‘Edvard Munch: Love and Angst’ exhibition*
  • Welcome coconut cocktail, glass of prosecco, house wine, beer or soft drink
  • Five items from the Beach Bar’s finger food BBQ menu 

Price: £69 per person 
Venue: The Beach Bar at The Montague on the Gardens 

*Advance booking is recommended as the exhibition is likely to sell out in the final few weeks  

SOLD OUT

In partnership with: The British Museum’s ‘Edvard Munch: Love and Angst’ exhibition.

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