This introductory course takes both the complete beginner and those with some previous experience through a series of taught techniques, from the fundamental paper stencil to the more sophisticated full-colour digital and photographic screen prints.
This course develops a successful and confident working knowledge of this print process. It is supported by one to one tuition, in a well run and established studio. This is a creative course that embraces experimentation, and celebrates the unexpected and unforeseen, in printed matter whilst laying down the foundations for solid printmaking. A choice of substrates is on offer from paper to textiles. Come with personal ideas and projects or simply with an enquiring mind.
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- Hand rendered positives
- Coating & Exposing screens
- Diverse aspects to printing
- Colour & colour overlay
Who should take this course?
Anyone interested in hand rendered screen printing (including basic textiles on fabric). Beginners to intermediate refresher.
- A diverse range of screen-prints
- Ability to print to a good - high standard
- Set of practical Handouts covering all the component parts covered in the course
- Practical knowledge of the complete cycle screenprinting
Entry requirements: None
Level: All levels
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Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Wendy Chapple is a professional printmaker and has taught at both London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins on the Graphic Design degree programmes since 2001.
Most materials are supplied by the studio. However, for the 3rd session, you will need to buy additional specialist paper, according to your own individual needs, and under the tutor's guidance.
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