Advanced Screen Printing
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
Brooklyn, United States
April 10th -May 1st
Bring your own screen (max size: 25 x 35)
So you know how to coat, expose, and print a silkscreen. And now you want to learn how to use pin-registration and proper color-mixing for CMYK process printing and other multiple-color editions. This advanced silkscreen class will meet your needs. Learn how to set up Photoshop files digital files for digital output and advance your silkscreen skills, while learning the essentials to happy edition printing.
An extensive archive of screenprints will be shown and secrets disclosed. Basic silkscreen experience needed; enrollment in the digital print positive class encouraged. Bring your own screens or purchase one new, for $30 (20 x 24” aluminum frame).
Students enrolled in this course will receive the member price for the Digital Film Positive Workshop ($35).
Students enrolled in the Digital Film Positive Workshop will also receive the member price for Advanced Silkscreen.
Instructor Noah Breuer:
Noah Breuer received a BFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design, an MFA from Columbia University and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Japanese woodblock printmaking and papermaking from Kyoto Seika University in Kyoto, Japan. His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally in China and Japan. Noah works as an Adjunct Professor in the printmaking department at New York University and as a Freelance Master Printer.
When & Where
The Gowanus Studio Space
The Gowanus Studio Space encourages inter-disciplinary exchange and provides affordable access to facilities for artists and designers. Offering exhibition, curation and production opportunities, the studio is an incubator for new ideas and an inroad to today's insular art world.
The GSS' 60+ members rent low-cost studios and storage and have 24-hour access to a woodshop, print studio, metal shop and large common workspace. GSS was established with little funding in industrial Gowanus in 2007.
Visit www.gowanusstudio.org for more details