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This course is designed for people with some experience in screen printing.
If you have no experience in screen printing; check out our Screen Printing short course for beginners.
To provide studio space and tuition for students who have previously attended an introductory Screen Printing short course.
Providing continuous studio time for students to complete large scale print runs, without having to pack up at the end of each session, while also learning some advanced techniques from the tutor.
What to bring
Any equipment you own, such as screens, inks, squeegees, also paper and/or fabrics, protective clothing.
Tea and coffee provided. Bring your own mug.
What is supplied
Your tutor will bring inks, mylar, photo emulsion for coating screens, stencil removal gel, wax resist and emulsion resist etc.
Students pay for any materials used, on a one to one basis.
The tutor will also have some new screens and tea towels available for purchase.
Throughout the weekend, the tutor will hold short pop-up workshops, demonstrating more advanced techniques.
Screen printing is very accessible, always contemporary, and something that can easily be built into a business or taken further with ongoing academic study.