Silkscreen 101 w. Sarah McCullough (STARTS JAN 14TH) Mondays PM

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Silkscreen 101 w. Sarah McCullough (STARTS JAN 14TH) Mondays PM

240.00

all materials included!


4-Week Session
Mondays 5:00pm-9:00pm
January 14th - February 4th, 2019
(*Snow-Day Make-Up Feb 11th and/or 18th, 2019)

Learn how to design, prep and print silkscreens! Using light-sensitive emulsion students will create screens of their own hand-drawn illustration or digital/photographic design.

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Limit: 6 Students

Instructor: Sarah McCullough
Learn the basics of silkscreening in this comprehensive, hands-on introductory class. Get comfortable with the Chases print shop and equipment. Prep your own artwork and screens, while gaining guided practice through mixing inks, burning emulsion, troubleshooting and experimenting. Students will leave this four-week intensive with their own one-of-a-kind works and two 15-print editions on paper.

Sarah McCullough is a Graphic Designer and Printmaker residing in Portland, Maine. She graduated from the University of Southern Maine with Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Printmaking in 2014. While earning her undergraduate degree, she began working as a commercial screen printer and graphic artist, producing prints for clientele such as L.L. Bean and Planned Parenthood, as well as design studios Alaina Marie, Angela Adams, and Black Point Mercantile. She has printed on everything from pvc coated cottons, hiking gear, designer leathers, wood surfaces, paper and everyday apparel.

INSPIRATION & INFO:
French Paper Blog
Gig Posters
Screenprint Collection at the MoMA
MoMA What is a Print?