ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
In this introductory workshop, students will learn about the history and process of the screen print and come away with that knowledge as well as a small print of your own!
Students will take the knowledge gained through studying a screen print portfolio and live demonstration - and then be participate in a hands-on guided tour through the screen print process. You will learn two techniques for creating stencil separations, and employ those to create a small edition of a two-color print.
The best part? Each student will be going home with prints of their very own design!
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Mike Kimball is a San Francisco painter and printmaker. He is a graduate of the California College of Arts and Crafts (CCAC), where he received the Yozo Hamaguchi scholarship for printmaking excellence. Kimball has completed artist residencies at the Kala Institute in Berkeley, Ca and the Frans Masereel Center for Printmaking in Belgium. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and is featured in a wide range of individual and corporate collections.