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Intro to Silkscreen

The Gowanus Studio Space

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 6:30 PM (EDT)

Brooklyn, United States

Intro to Silkscreen

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Non-Member Ended $145.00 $0.00
Member Ended $95.00 $0.00

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Event Details

March 20th AND April 3rd
Instructor: Beka Goedde
$145 Non-Member
$95 Member

This class will cover the essentials of silkscreen: the properties of a good film positive, how to prepare and expose a silkscreen, and how to print. No previous silkscreen experience required! For the final class, bring a shirt and/or totebag to finally print the t-shirt you’ve been dreaming about.

Course fee includes the purchase of a silkscreen for you to keep (and take home), so come with projects in mind. Email instructor with 2 image and film will be ready on the day of the class. Image size max 8 x 10” Send 2 images to be printed. Images can relate to each other for two-color print or be separate images.

What we provide:
Silkscreen (for you to then take home! 20 x 24” $19.95)
Proofing paper
1-2 film positive(s)??
3 hours of Studio Time after the duration of the class*

What you bring:
Extra paper to be discussed after first session.
Clothes appropriate for a print studio and wet ink (and an apron)
Film positives ready

Have questions about Intro to Silkscreen? Contact The Gowanus Studio Space

When & Where

166 7th Street
Brooklyn, 11215

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 6:30 PM (EDT)

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The Gowanus Studio Space


In an era when art encompasses infinite amalgams of visual media, 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' 40+ members rent low-cost studios and storage and have 24-hour access to a woodshop, print studio and large common workspace.  GSS was established with little funding in industrial Gowanus in 2007, and is now in the final stage of an ambitious move to a new 7500 sq-ft home.


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