Screen Printing: Informing Multiple Mediums
Instructor: Aaron Terry
OAK / PRINT–212 / 15 sessions
July 27-August 14, Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
$280 lab fee due at registration
Screen printing is the most versatile of all the print media, with the ability to print on many different substrates. This intensive investigation into a stencil process of printing is geared to the creation of original prints in multiple colors in small editions, as well as unique pieces of art. The various methods of creating film positive: hand drawn, cut masking film, or digital output are demonstrated and explored. Particular emphasis is given to matching the process to each student's area of concentration in the fields of art and design. The materials fee covers a screen, squeegee and inks. (3 credits)
This course satisfies a Printmaking major requirement or a Studio Elective.