Level II Screenprinting
Wednesday March 2nd 2016 to Wednesday March 30th 2016
6:30 am to 9:30 am
For information about registration for this program, please call the shop.
*no class March 16
In this advanced level workshop, participants will learn how to create a multiple colour separation design using two screens (Up to four-colour designs depending on size). Using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, students will learn how to digitally create various screen-compatible designs and will complete an artist edition of final prints.
Materials included*: two screens (that you take home afterwards), paper, inks and studio supplies (such as photo emulsion and tapes).
– Screenprinting for Beginners and access to your own Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator software.
– Participants should come with at least one image to work from such as an original painting, sketch, or photograph and can be a digital scan or we can scan it in class (up to 8.5×11” size).
-Bringing in your own laptop to work with may be helpful, but not necessary.
*The workshop fee includes 2 silkscreens, if you wish to create more than a two-screen design, you may purchase an additional one at $25 / screen at the beginning of the workshop.
Artist Instructor: Shea Chang
All ARTiculations workshops require advance registration, unless otherwise noted. Admission to Artist Talks is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
In the event of a workshop cancellation, registrants will be notified prior to the workshop start date and a full refund will be given. Participant cancellations are not refundable within two business days of the workshop date.
Phone: call 416.901.7464 to register with Visa or Mastercard. Have your credit card number and expiry date ready.
In Person: drop by the shop and register for your favourite class with debit, credit card, cheque or cash.
Youth Registration: We require the ARTiculations Youth Registration Package to be completed for your child prior to participating in our programming. Once completed, this package is kept on file for the academic year.