October 2015 and a successful exhibition as part of the Africa Eye Film Festival in Bristol. We also held three well attended lino printing workshops - providing much needed funding to the project back in kafountine. Special thanks to Annie and Clara at Africa Eye and the Spike Island print Workshop.
Trevor with students from Peaks College when he visited to talk about the Kafountine Lino Printing website.
Peaks College is part of The Sheffield College
The film of the 2015 Kafountine Carnival can be seen here.
The Kafountine Carnival is an annual event held over 9 evenings and showcasing local and regional music and dance.
The shop opened in January on the man road in Kafountine. This means that there is a permanent base for the artists to work in a prime position with electricity.
The whole series of prints made in Kafountine are available by kind arrangement by Adele and Rob at the Studio Eleven Gallery, Hull.