Saturday, April 1, 2023
In this introductory screenprint workshop, participants will enjoy an afternoon of the instantly-gratifying screenprinting process! Everyone will come with a drawing/design or image file ready to use, then learn how to properly prepare images and expose screens, pull prints, learn common troubleshooting, and how to reclaim screens to start again! Although standard paper will be provided, participants are encouraged to bring extra (optional!) materials for printing such as totes, shirts, paper materials, and other types of flat/smooth items to experiment! We will also discuss options to explore screenprinting in various types of spaces and on a variety of budgets.
All materials are provided and all experiences welcomed
Must be 15+
About the Instructor:
Ashton Ludden holds a Master of Fine Arts in printmaking and regularly teaches printmaking workshops at institutions such as Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, TN Governor’s School for the Arts, and Knoxville’s Community School of the Arts. Although she utilizes many printmaking processes in her work, she specializes in hand-engraving and thoroughly enjoys sharing all the printmaking process with others.