Initially known as Endhouse Print Workshop, it grew from the activities in the early seventies of a group of artists and printmakers who were interested in establishing a workshop in Belfast. A constitution was drawn up, and an etching press purchased. Endhouse Print Workshop was taken under the financial wing of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland in 1977 and its name changed to Belfast Print Workshop.
The main objective of the Belfast Print Workshop is to provide an excellent facility for printmaking, offering the highest level of support and specialist facilities to artists, while encouraging young artists in innovative approaches to printmaking. Belfast Print Workshop run regular courses in printmaking techniques for all skill levels including absolute beginners. The Gallery space offers regular changing exhibitions.
First broadcast October 6th, 2017.