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Intermediate Screenprinting on Paper

March 12 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm



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An In-Studio Workshop!

Saturday, March 12, 10am-4pm

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About this Workshop:

Ready to move beyond a one-color screenprint? In this silkscreen workshop, you will learn to design and register multi-layer prints. You will use overlapping layers to expand the color range of a print and continue to explore screenprint’s creative possibilities. (Note: This class was previously title Screenprinting 102.)

Level: Intermediate—Introduction to Screenprinting on Paper (previously titled Screenprinting 101), a 6-hour workshop, or similar screenprinting experience is required.

Registration extended through March 4, 2022. Material fees are included with your registration, though a small list of additional items needed will be sent with your confirmation.

Sample image by Clare Winslow


Registration includes a $50 materials fee to cover consumable materials, including a new screen for you to take home to continue experimenting with multi-color layerings. In addition, students will need to bring the following items:

  • Personal silkscreen – this is in addition to the one included with material fees (you’ll need two for class). If you don’t have a second screen, Pyramid can loan one for class use
  • Personal apron, or wear clothes that can get a bit messy
  • Pencil and paper (if you want to take notes)
  • High contrast, black and white images to work with (more specific details will be provided by the instructor)


Gretchen Schermerhorn is a printmaker and hand papermaker and currently serves as Artistic Director at Pyramid Atlantic. She received her MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University, and since then has completed artist residencies at The Women’s Studio Workshop in New York, Columbia College Center for Book and Paper in Chicago, Seacourt Print Workshop in Northern Ireland, California State University and the Robert Rauschenberg Residency in Florida. Her prints, installations, and works on paper works have been exhibited around the country and internationally, and her work is part of the Montgomery County Public Art Trust, Anne Arundel Community College’s print collection, and the Janet Turner Print Collection. You can learn more about her work at www.gretchenschermerhorn.com.




“[The class] was great! Definitely ready to make screenprinting a bigger part of my practice. “

—Recent Workshop Attendee

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