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Introduction to Screenprinting on Fabric, July 2023

July 15 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm



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An In-Studio Workshop!

Saturday, July 15, 10am-4pm

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About this Workshop:

Fabric is a fantastic and flexible substrate to print onto and can be translated into a great range of applications. This hands­-on introductory class will provide instruction on the screenprinting process, specifically for fabric. You will learn about sourcing printing equipment and materials, preparing your personal artwork for screenprinting, various artistic printing methods, heat setting a printed image, and fabric care. 

Upon registration, students will be given guidelines on how to source and/or create their images.

Level: Beginner – no experience necessary

Registration closes July 6, 2023. Material fees are included to cover consumable materials provided in class, including a brand new silkscreen for you to keep. Students will also need to supply additional items of their own—please see the workshop details for information.

Sample images by Eliza Clifford


Registration includes a $60 materials fee to cover the consumable materials provided in class, including ink, tape, newsprint, emulsion, and cleaners. It also covers the purchase of brand new silkscreen for students to keep!

Students will also need to supply additional materials of their own, including:

  • A personal apron – or wear clothes that can get inky (optional – we’ll have extras)
  • A notebook or sketchbook for taking notes (optional)
  • Fabric – tea towels, t-shirts, any flat fabric works well (should be clean and ironed before class)
  • Image(s) to work with – more guidance will be provided by your instructor


Korey Richardson is a mixed media artist from Prince George’s County, Maryland. He earned a BA from the University of Maryland College Park. His practice includes printmaking, painting, installations, and murals. He has exhibited work throughout the DC metropolitan area where he currently lives and works. Learn more about his work at www.koreyrichardson.com.

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