Pine Street Creative Arts Centre presents
Printmaking: Screen Printing on Paper - Monday PM Term 2 2017 Tickets
6:30pm, Mon 1 May, 2017 - 9:00pm, Mon 5 June, 2017
Darlington Studio, NSW
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Set your imagination free screen printing on paper in this 6-week Monday evening course for beginners
Printmaking - Screen Printing on Paper
6 x Mondays, 1 May - 5 June 2017
6.30pm - 9pm
Tutor: Micaela Christie
Intimate class size: maximum 8 students
Screen printing on paper is easy and fun.Use your hands to create beautiful fine art prints that you can frame and gift to family and friends or hang on your own wall.
Throughout this 6-week course, printmaker Micaela Christie will teach you how to design and create hand cut stencils using scalpel knives, paper, and film. You'll learn about design and colour, mixing inks, how to fix stencils to your screen, registering and overprinting and how to use your screen and squeegee.
Develop your own design ideas and their application to make a series of prints. You'll take home everything you create. You'll finish this course ready to apply the practical processes you've learnt in the studio at home.
Full instruction is provided on materials, products, tools, equipment and studio procedures. Non-toxic processes will be offered wherever possible.
Level: designed for beginners.
Wear: comfortable clothing (aprons provided)
Bring: yourself - all materials provided
Next level class: Take your foundation knowledge into advanced study by learning photo emulsion screen printing or screen printing on fabric.
Location: Darlington Studio
About our tutor: Micaela Christie
Since 2010, Micaela has been the creative director of Atomic Fox, a studio that produces hand printed textiles and artwork for interiors, homewares and costumery. Her work can be found in private collections in Australia and the UK. Based in the Blue Mountains, Micaela's multidisciplinary practice incorporates printmaking, painting, graphic design, fibre and lighting installations. She is a graduate of the University of NSW College of Fine Arts (now UNSW Art & Design). Her work is handcrafted with love and passion.