Screen Printing Repeat Patterns
A screen print (also referred to as a serigraph or silk screen) is a planographic method of printmaking using stencil techniques and is utilised for fine art reproduction on to paper. Learn how to produce repeat patterns using screen printing during this two-day course.
What will you learn?
Using photographic techniques to transfer images onto the screen, this technique allows exploration and investigation as a method of reproducing artwork specifically with the intent of producing an edition of fine art prints, as well as analysing composition and aesthetic design.
Experimentation and combining both hand drawn elements and digitally produced design means that this technique is ideal for beginners or those interested with multiple reproduction of prints for either commercial purposes or their own artistic endeavour.
This technique can be used for both paper and textile printing. Students wishing to print onto fabric should bring along a length of (preferably) white cotton, approximately 1m by 3m.
- A brief history of screen printing and its terminology
- Paper types, tools and materials in screen printing
- How to produce your own prints using the methods covered
- How to sign and edition your prints
Sat 21 & Sun 22 July 2018 (4 places available)
11am - 3pm
8 hours (over 2 days)
All materials and notes are included in the price of this workshop. No previous experience of printmaking is required.
For details about what to prepare before for your course begins, please read through our How to Prepare page.
Our regular rate is applicable if you are currently in full or part time employment.
Members of Green Door Printmaking Studio receive 10% off all of our courses. Become a member of the studio today.
Concessionary Rate £125
Our concessionary rate is applicable if you are aged 60 years or older, aged 13 years or younger, and/or in receipt of any state benefits. Please note: undergraduate students are not eligible for our concessionary rate.
Student Rate £120
Our student rate is applicable if you are aged 13+ years, and in full-time education or currently studying towards an undergraduate or post-graduate degree.