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Zoom+Make: Screenprinted Monotypes

December 15, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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An Online Workshop!

Thursday, December 15, 7-9pm ET via Zoom

About this Workshop:

Come try a painterly approach to screenprinting! We will use acrylic paints on a screenprint to create immediate and colorful monoprints. Bring an image or an idea in mind, and be ready to experiment!

Level: All levels welcome – no experience necessary

Registration closes December 7, 2022 to allow time for students to purchase their materials. With your registration you’ll receive the full materials list (with helpful links) to purchase your items, any helpful handouts about the process, as well as a quick 1-page “how-to” on downloading and using the Zoom video app.

Sample images by Adi Segal

Please Note: The online session will be recorded for Pyramid Atlantic’s private use to better optimize our programming and share as examples for funders. You may mute your microphone or turn off your camera if you do not wish to be recorded. Access to the recording(s) will be made available to all participants for a limited time.


At registration, students will receive the full materials list (with any helpful links) to purchase supplies. The list includes:

  • Screen: Any screen will do, with any mesh count. We will be working relatively small, so if you have a smaller screen, that means less to tape up.
  • Squeegee: Should fit inside your screen, ideally around 6-8″, but can be smaller or larger
  • Blue Painter’s Tape
  • Acrylic paint (your choice of colors) and/or  Screenprinting inks (your choice of colors)
  • Transparent base, small jar
  • Paintbrushes, assorted sizes
  • Paper to print on (at least 10-15 sheets) – we recommend something a little sturdier than copy paper, like bristol, but any will do as you practice the techniques.
  • Empty container(s) with lids to put leftover mixed inks
  • Rags/water to clean as needed
  • Scrap paper or newsprint


Anne C. Smith is an artist based in Washington, DC. Working primarily in drawing and silkscreen printmaking, her observations of architecture and wide-open, vast spaces inform her investigation into the relationship between landscape, imagination and belonging. Learn more about her work at www.annecsmith.com.

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