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Make+Take: Phototransfer Processes for Art Making

April 21, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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An In-Studio Workshop!

Thursday, April 21, 7-9pm

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About this Workshop:

This course will introduce the photographic transfer process into the creation of art objects. Participants will learn methods of applying images from print (i.e., laser printed images) onto various surfaces such as canvas, wood, bristol board, and plexiglass.  Participants will learn this technique through both a demonstration of the process and through a presentation of the instructor’s work where the transfer process was used alone, or in conjunction with other media. In addition, the instructor will lead a discussion where this process will be compared and contrasted to other photographic methods of screenprinting.

Level: All levels welcome – no experience necessary

Registration extended through April 16, 2022 and includes all materials.

Sample process images by Terence Nicholson


Registration includes all materials—just come ready to have fun! In addition, you may want to bring the following for class:

  • Personal apron (or wear clothes that can get messy)
  • A few laserjet (not inkjet) printed images (color or black and white) you’d like to work with. Images can also be scanned and printed in-studio (letter-sized paper only).


Adam Griffiths is a cartoonist, illustrator, photographer, and multimedia artist with a certain love for monotypes, screenprinting, and poster graphics. He creates comics, graphic novels, animation, and all the ballpoint pen drawings that he can. See his work at adamgriffiths.ink and keep up with his practice (including what movies he’s watching) on Instagram @grifftones.

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