Screen Printing: An Introduction

Taught in some of the best-maintained facilities in London, this hands-on course will introduce you to the equipment and techniques of screen printing onto paper using water based processes. Expert tutors will guide you through workshops and demonstrations then give individual feedback so you can learn the fundamental technical skills and develop confidence in your printmaking...

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Description

Taught in some of the best-maintained facilities in London, this hands-on course will introduce you to the equipment and techniques of screen printing onto paper using water based processes.

Expert tutors will guide you through workshops and demonstrations then give individual feedback so you can learn the fundamental technical skills and develop confidence in your printmaking.

You will be given a project to demonstrate your new skills in screen printing, then you will further develop your understanding of the processes by printing your own two-colour personal project based on your own particular creative goals.

Topics Covered

  • Creating images for screen
  • Coating and exposing your screen
  • Setting up the hand bench for printing
  • Mixing inks

Course Outcomes

By the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Understand various stencil making techniques and their suitability for assorted effects and imagery
  • Coat and expose a screen using photographic emulsion and a vacuum press
  • Have confidence in printing and registering for multiple colours on a hand bench

You can see our fabulous screen printing facilities online in one of our Virtual Tours

Who Should Attend
Artists, designers and illustrators looking to explore new image making skills.

Level
Beginner.

Follow Up Courses
After you have completed this course you may be interested in Experimental Screen Printing or Screen Printing for Textiles.





Tutor information

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Materials

Students will need to bring in note taking material, apron or old t-shirt. Paper will be provided, but you may wish to purchase your own specialist printing paper. Plastic storage containers with lids are useful to prolong ink shelf life.


Details for booking

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