Saturday, October 1, 11am-5pm
Interested in learning the basics of screenprinting? Screenprint is an artistic, yet economical method, for producing prints from digital or hand-drawn designs. This workshop will prepare you to work independently in the darkroom and studio. You will learn how to prepare images, expose your screen, and print a single color (layer) with water-based inks on paper. Each student will leave with several prints of their own design.
Level: Beginner – no experience necessary
Registration has been extended to September 25, 2022. Material fees are included with your registration, though a list of additional items needed to be gathered/purchased will be sent with your confirmation.
Registration includes a $60 materials fee to cover the materials supplied in class, including ink, paper, and a brand new silkscreen for you to take home!
In addition, students are requested to bring the following items:
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.
“I learned a lot and it was a comfortable setting to explore a new-to-me art form! The small group size was nice. I’m excited to keep screenprinting!”
—Workshop Attendee, Winter 2022