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Improvisational Screenprinting

January 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

$102.00 – $127.00

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An In-Studio Workshop!

Saturday, January 15, 10am-1pm

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About this Workshop:

Who says printmakers are rigid? Loosen up in this collaborative and spontaneous screenprinting workshop! Through a series of prompts and exercises, you will learn how to respond and build off of your fellow classmates’ prints. Other skills such as transparent and opaque ink mixing, color registration, and proper screen exposure, will be covered. Let’s have some fun!

Level: All levels welcome

Registration extended to January 7, 2022. Material fees are included with your registration, though a small list of additional items needed will be sent with your confirmation.

Featured image(s) by Gretchen Schermerhorn

Class Materials List:

Both registration options include a $20 materials fee to cover provided materials in class, including ink and the wood panels. Please choose whether you are bringing your own screen to class or if you’d like a new screen provided (for an additional $25 fee). Students will need to supply additional materials of their own, including:

    • Personal screen (if not choosing the new screen option at registration)
    • Personal apron or clothes that can get messy
    • (optional) Pencil and paper for taking notes

Your Instructor:

A native of Washington, D.C., Clare Winslow studied Fine Art and graphic design and narrowed her scope of interest to screenprinting, a medium which allows her to synthesize a broad range of artistic interests: drawing, photography, digital imaging, graphic design and painting. Clare’s prints have been included in group shows at the Washington Printmaker’s Gallery, the Corcoran Museum of Art, and Civilian Art Projects in Washington, D.C.  Clare has lived in Tokyo, Washington, and Los Angeles, and currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland. Find out more about her work at www.clarewinslow.com.

 

“Clare was the perfect instructor – calm, knowledgeable and willing to re-explain things!”

—Attendee, Screenprinting 101 workshop with Clare Winslow


“Love all the instructors and classes, so inspirational!”

—Attendee, Magazine Image Transfers workshop with Clare Winslow

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