This course introduces artists to screenprinting, one of the most versatile print mediums. Students gain a complete understanding of materials from the coating and exposing a screen, to registration, use of stencils, and mixing inks. Direct emulsion photo screens allow students to work from hand made, photographic, text-oriented, or digitally produced image sources. Students work with a variety of applications including paper, fabric, plastic, and wood. The course also covers historical and contemporary artists working with this medium.
- Course Fee: A $35 materials fee is built into the tuition for this course.
- Open Lab: An optional Open Lab is available for purchase with this course, which includes an average of four hours per week, with a maximum of 40 hours total for the 10-week term. Payable at checkout.