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Screenprinting

Intermediate Screen Printing: Multi-color

$50

with Cosima Storz

Calendar Jan 26, 2020 at 1 pm

Students will learn how to create two color screen prints, plus other multicolor print techniques. This class is good for students who have some basic skills and would like to brush up on the screen printing process. All materials will be provided.

COSIMA STORZ is a Richmond based artist working in printmaking, photography and performance art. She has a B.F.A. in Painting & Printmaking and is finishing her Master's in Art Education.

Basic Screenprinting

$50

with KB Brown

Calendar Feb 13, 2020 at 6 pm

In this workshop, we’ll cover the basics of screen printing. You'll see how to coat and expose a screen, review types of images appropriate for screen printing, learn about proper setup, and clean up and start printing one-color images. This course covers the basics necessary to begin your transition into a printing wizard! Bring any questions or ideas you may have about the process and prepare to get inky!

KB BROWN studied photography and print media at Old Dominion University. She has experience in both the commercial screenprinting and the DIY manual screenprinting realm. When she's not working at the studio you can find her screenprinting custom freelance jobs or in the darkroom developing prints.

Intermediate Screen Printing: Non-Linear Design

$80

with Tyler Keylon

Calendar Feb 23, 2020 at 10 am

Combine your handwritten notes, snapped photographs, sketchbook illustrations, and found objects into a little series of collages printed with silk-screen methods. Participants will work closely with the instructor to use collaging techniques that can be turned into framed prints, books, and zines, or any other printable 2-dimensional surface you can dream of printing on. This class will be your opportunity to test out new screen printing methods, stray away from rigid registration techniques, and challenge yourself to combine photos, text, and collected media into a small body of work.

TYLER KEYLON is a graduate of VCU with degrees in Political Science and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies. He has been involved with Studio Two Three for over five years specializing in silkscreen printmaking, and never plans on leaving. Tyler is particularly interested in how visual art is used to explore trauma, healing, and drive political activity around the world.

Basic Screenprinting

$50

with KB Brown

Calendar Mar 12, 2020 at 6 pm

In this workshop, we’ll cover the basics of screen printing. You'll see how to coat and expose a screen, review types of images appropriate for screen printing, learn about proper setup, and clean up and start printing one-color images. This course covers the basics necessary to begin your transition into a printing wizard! Bring any questions or ideas you may have about the process and prepare to get inky!

KB BROWN studied photography and print media at Old Dominion University. She has experience in both the commercial screenprinting and the DIY manual screenprinting realm. When she's not working at the studio you can find her screenprinting custom freelance jobs or in the darkroom developing prints.

Intermediate Screen Printing: CMYK

$50

with Tyler Keylon

Calendar Mar 22, 2020 at 1 pm

Participants will create an edition of 5 8"x10" CYMK silk-screen prints, and be given a handout on the basics of converting their full-color image into a silkscreened reality! Students should provide their image the week prior so the instructor can process all of the images for printing. The class will be spent going briefly over the process, experimental approaches to CYMK printing, and printing their small editions. We will also print various layers from each image onto a larger sheet of 19"x25" paper to create a CMYK collage.

TYLER KEYLON is a graduate of VCU with degrees in Political Science and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies. He has been involved with Studio Two Three for over five years specializing in silkscreen printmaking, and never plans on leaving. Tyler is particularly interested in how visual art is used to explore trauma, healing, and drive political activity around the world.





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