Silkscreen Shirts and Bags: Multicolor Textile Printing One-Day Intensive

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Silkscreen Shirts and Bags: Multicolor Textile Printing One-Day Intensive

100.00

This one-day intensive introduces students to multicolor textile printing. This is not an introductory class - see prerequisites below.

One-day intensive on Sunday, 11am - 8pm

Upcoming sessions:

  • April 23, 2017

 

$100, BYO items to print on and we provide the rest. Silkscreen experience required.

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About

Express yourself, rep your band, spread your brand, or simply bring color to the everyday through multicolor textile printing. Learn to use a t-shirt press (octopus rig) and a flash unit. Design your three-color textile silkscreen for tote bags, t-shirts, and other textiles, then master printing intricate designs using our silkscreen octopus and flash dryer. Bring up to 15 items to print on and your design; we will provide all the rest.

Introductory silkscreen experience required. This class expects that students will arrive already knowing how to independently plan and construct a multi-layer screen print, the basics of registration, ink handling and general printing best practices. Students who are not sure if they can do all this independently should enroll first in Screen Print Now! One day intensive, or in Silkscreen: Fundamental to Experimental.


About the Instructor

LANE SELL, founder, owner and master printer of Shoestring Press, is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied Classics and Visual Art. He has instructed at Columbia and New Jersey City University, and for the past five years has run Shoestring Press in Brooklyn, working with artists and members as well as instructing classes in a variety of print mediums. In 2013 and 2014, his silkscreen work won grants from Brooklyn Arts Council.