Introduction to Screenprinting, with Katey Rissi

  • Saturday, January 15, 2022
  • Saturday, January 22, 2022
  • 2 sessions
  • Saturday, January 15, 2022, 10:00 AM 4:00 PM (PST)
  • Saturday, January 22, 2022, 10:00 AM 4:00 PM (PST)
  • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI011522KR
  • 10

Registration

  • $228.00 + $20.00 Materials Fee
  • $175.00 + $20 Materials Fee

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Bringing together BARN’s Print & Book Studio and Fiber Arts Studio, this two-part workshop will introduce students to the fundamentals of screenprinting.

Screenprinting is one of the most accessible printmaking processes, and we will orient to the process in a way that makes it practical to replicate in a variety of settings. Screenprinting, or silkscreening, has a fairly short but incredibly rich history of use as a medium for surface design on textiles, as well as a printmaking technique on paper. We will discuss the history of the process, walk through the materials needed, learn how to expose screens, practice different techniques that can be used to create art to burn onto our screens, and, of course, print! 

Students will leave this workshop with a screen burned with art of their choice as well as whatever they chose to print their art on.

Materials provided will include photo emulsion, printmaking paper, transparency paper, natural fiber fabric, and a zine (how-to guide).

Details:

  • There is a materials fee of $20 included in the price of class. 
  • BARN will be practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Everyone using the studio will be required to wear masks, wash or sanitize hands frequently, and stay home if they are sick. Please review our safety protocols before registering. BARN wide safety protocols can be found here. Fiber Studio specific safety protocols can be found here.
  • Ages 14+ Welcome.
  • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  

Instructor Bio:

Katey Rissi says, "I am an artist, educator, medicine maker, and activist. My artmaking practice is interdisciplinary and I shift between printmaking, illustration, collage, natural sculpture, textiles, and photography. I am interested in ancestral skills and ecology and these often inform my work. Some themes I find myself returning to in my work include environmental grief, ancestor work, unsettling/decolonization, and what it means to be connected to community and place.'

Katey holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Western Michigan University with a focus in Photography and Printmaking.

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