Screenprinting for Home (four-session workshop)
This four session workshop is designed to demystify the screen-printing process and help you learn how to set up and print in your own home studio. You will learn low-tech nontoxic techniques using accessible water-soluble materials such as drawing fluid, screen filler, graphite and Caran d’Ache. We will also cover how to set up and clean up at home.
This is an in-person class which will take place onsite at Fleisher. Please review our COVID-19 community safety policies for current guidelines.
Tuition Assistance is Available
To make our classes and workshops accessible to everyone, Fleisher offers tuition assistance every term so that everyone can join our creative community. Tuition assistance applications can be completed once registration is open by clicking here. The deadline to apply for spring term assistance is Friday, March 10; Notifications will be sent by Monday, March 13.
Notebook and pencil
Ideas for screenprinting- e.g., sketch
Materials to bring after week one:
Water based textile or Acrylic Screenprinting inks (water based, not water soluble read the label carefully) – bring black, white, red, yellow, and blue (can bring other colors too)
22 x 30 in archival rag paper at least 4 sheets (Lenox, Arches 88, or any smooth paper Rives, Stone henge, BFK)
18 x24 in newsprint pad (though its provided in studio
Plastic pint or quart size containers
Optional – medical gloves, dishwashing gloves
Any kind of portfolio to hold your paper
Storage for inks and class supplies: cardboard box, plastic box, or a sturdy bag.
Optional: Water soluble Carensosche crayons or color pencils or lyra or Derwent water soluble graphite sticks or pencils
Local art stores to purchase materials:
- Dick Blick – 1330 Chestnut Street
- Artist and Craftsman Supply – 307 Market Street