Open Wednesday–Sunday, 10.00–17.00. Free entry.


On the Wall (afternoon session)

Thursday 11 April14.00 – 15.30

Learn how to print and paste a wallpaper with Foundation Press.

In the spirit of our current exhibition BUILDING, our new programme of activities encourage our visitors to connect with the process of building and making and get hands-on with live projects in our galleries.

In these workshops, with Foundation Press, we will skip to the end of the construction process, thinking about the surfaces which adorn spaces once they are built, creating wallpapers for our galleries, experimenting with different printing techniques and collage processes. Participants will have an active role in shaping our exhibition, with these initial prints marking the beginning of a printed wallpaper which will continue to grow through the run of the exhibition.

For information about the morning session of this workshop, click here

What to expect

Learn new skills: Foundation Press will guide us through a range of techniques, including wood Block and Rubber Stamp Printing.

Contribute to our exhibition: This is an opportunity to leave your mark on our exhibition and inspire others, with your print becoming a part of our exhibition wallpaper.

Create unique prints to take home: As well as creating our exhibition wallpaper you will create an individual print to take home with you.

Important Information

This workshop is suitable for participants aged 7+.

All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please book both yourself and your child a place on this workshop.

About Foundation Press

Led by Adam Phillips and Deborah Bower, Foundation Press develops community-publishing and collaborative art & design projects. Founded in 2013 by Adam Phillips, Joe Woodhouse and Tom Madge as an experimental risograph printing studio, today, they create publications, educational projects, collaborative artworks and graphic design.


The Farrell Centre presents BUILDING: An exhibition under construction which will transform the exhibition galleries into live making spaces in an exploration of the process of building.

The exhibition emerges from the major research project Translating Ferro / Transforming Knowledges of Architecture, Design and Labour for the New Field of Production Studies (TF/TK).

Thursday 11 April

14.00 – 15.30


The Sir Terry Farrell Building
Eldon Place
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7RD United Kingdom


Booking Information
Suitable for ages 7+