Screenprinting is a workshop for artists interested in learning various printing techniques. Printmaking can be used in many ways in art to explore ideas and the workshop covers screenprinting as well as linocuts.
Screenprinting techniques are explored in this workshop ranging from basic to advanced techniques to cater for artists experience in the medium. This ranges from how to design stencils to how to pull an image from a screen using silkscreen inks.
All of the equipment and basic materials are supplied for this workshop. And there’s an opportunity for artists to be involved in both exhibitions and further product development.
The resulting screen printed products are then sold through the Arthur Range read more about the Arthur range
Eligibility: Adults with disability who have an interest in the Arts or who are practicing as an artist.
Participants: Maximum of 6 individuals per session
Cost: NDIS participant cost as per session, 40 sessions per year (includes materials)
When: Friday (term based) 10am – 1:00pm or 1:30pm – 4:30pm
For full program details & costing information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Left: Maddison Hoy, 2016, Frida, screenprint on paper and Right: Aaron Bligh, 2017, Pigeons, screenprint on paper
Screen printed items at the end of year summer showcase market