Paul Liam Harrison and Scott Hudson | Printmaking on the Peripheries


In August 2010 The Dene (First Nation) community of Sambaa K’e (Trout Lake) in North West Terrritories,Canada opened their Print Studio to the public. This facility is one part of a diverse programme of building resources, that will facilitate and compliment the communities traditional values and way of life by providing a focus on their culture through the visual medium of Printmaking. This first years successes have now been collated and documented into a publication, of which this poster has been extracted.

Scott Hudson is a graduate of Illustration and Printmaking from Duncan and Jordanstone College of Art and Design. He has been employed as a Print Instructor at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) Print Studio for the last ten years. This role incorporates a number of aspects ranging from; printmaking technical assistance on contemporary print editions and projects, the delivery of printmaking workshops and demonstrations, as well as community educational classes in the outreach programme. He is also currently a freelance artist and as well as his own practice, he has worked on a number of collaborative print projects. The most recent being based in Trout Lake, North West Territories, Canada.

Paul Liam Harrison is an artist with a background and prevailing interest in print, printmaking and publishing. His practice inherently combines the use of traditional print methods and materials with new and emerging technologies. He is currently appointed as researcher/research assistant at the University of Dundee, Visual Research Centre (VRC) Print Publishing facility where he recently completed his PhD – ‘Designs for Life: art, science and collaboration. A practice led study in fine art printmaking’.



Sambaa K’e Print Studio, NWT Canada
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design – University of Dundee, Scotland
University of Alberta, Canada

Dundee Contemporary Arts


Building E, Level 2


Thursday 29 September


12.30 - 3.30pm