Program Description

Dating back to ninth century China, screenprinting is a versatile technique used in a variety of creative practices. Usually associated with the making of posters and flat works, this unique process can be employed to create a plethora of adorned textiles and one of a kind fashion items. 

Join artist and author of Water-based Screenprinting Today, Roni Henning, as she leads afternoon-long, hands-on workshops that introduce the novice and expert alike to some of the diverse possibilities of creating summer fashion using water-based screenprinting.

From beach bags to patterned scarves and beach wraps, Sun and Screens: Workshops in Screen Printing Summer Fashion give anyone a chance to utilize this historic technique in creating a unique contemporary summer look.

No previous experience needed.  All materials provided. 

Only non-toxic, solvent free, and environmentally safe printing methods will be used.

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