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Intermediate Screenprinting on Paper

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

$206.00

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Intermediate Screenprinting on paper: General Registration
$ 206.00
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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 closes March 2, 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

CLASS MATERIALS LIST:

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)

YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Adi Segal started at Pyramid as a Keyholder Resident and is thrilled to stay on as a Screenprint Associate. She holds a BFA in printmaking and photography from SUNY Purchase, and a BA in art history and education from Brown University. When not making art or exploring DC playgrounds with her children, Adi is working on her Masters in Social Work degree.

 

 

 

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

—Recent Workshop Attendee

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