Full Screen Test: Mono Screenprinting for Consistent Variety
November 7 - 12, 2021
Sarah Shebaro · sshebaro.com
Workshop at a glance
Dynamic, versatile, non-toxic, and affordable; learn a variety of silkscreen techniques that can be adapted to home and studio settings.
- Various screenprinting techniques
- Multi-layer printing
- Working with a variety of papers
- Water soluble inks, pencils, and crayons
- Variety of screenprinting tools
- Unique screenprints using many techniques
- Small multi-layer editions
Sarah Shebaro is an artist, designer and instructor who lives in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her teaching and studio practice are based at Striped Light, a Letterpress studio and record label she co-founded in 2015. She has taught in academic institutions and craft schools including the Pratt Institute, University of Tennessee, Manhattan Graphics Center, Temple University and Penland. Her work has been included in exhibitions locally, nationally, and abroad.
Utilizing the screen as a matrix, this workshop will combine the expressive nature of drawing and painting with the crisp stencil forms of screenprint. Students will learn traditional and experimental techniques in screenprinting working with a variety of water-soluble materials. Multi-layer printing, registration, off-the-cuff techniques, and drawing/blending colors directly on the screen will be demonstrated. Throughout the week, participants will create a small multi-layer edition as well as unique prints on a variety of paper. Cutting Rubylith and shooting photo emulsion stencils will also be covered. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $600 · download the materials list
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