313 NE 3rd Street
Introduction to Screen Printing on PAPER teaches basic tools and technique required for creating original printed designs. You will learn how to coat a silkscreen with light-sensitive emulsion, burn their designs, and print directly onto paper. You will be introduced to the various tools and techniques and leave with an edition of prints.This is the ideal course for the novice designer and artist looking to understand the basics of silk screening to develop into their own practices. Students should come with their own ideas on make an edition of prints. Be mindful of your design so you can experience and learn all aspects of the workshop.
INSTRUCTOR | Nick Mahshie
Nick Mahshie is a textile designer and artist from Miami, Florida. He holds a Masters of Design in Fashion, Body & Garment from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he worked under the renowned visual artist, Nick Cave, and a BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design (’07).
Mahshie is also the Print Shop Studio resident at ArtCenter / South Florida, where he brings years of experience working alongside artists in creative communities from Miami to Buenos Aires, New Orleans to Chicago. Inspired by the resourcefulness of artists in these places sharing their expertise, their passion, and their studios with one another, his goal as an educator is to extend both resources and knowledge to other artists by offering workshops, facilities, and open studio hours to interested printmakers and those keen to expand their understanding and use of contemporary print processes.
In addition, he is the Youth Programs Coordinator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, and has taught classes at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, New Orleans Museum of Art, Le Petit Bain (Paris) and the Children’s Museum of Art in New York City.
ENROLLMENT | Min 8 - Max 12
Must have 8 enrolled by July 25th to run class
CLASS FEE | INCLUDES ALL SUPPLIES
313 NE 3rd Street
Web Site: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=47584593801
Sat, 28 Jul 2018 11:30 am
Sat, 28 Jul 2018 2:00 pm