€300

Screenprinting Weekend Course

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Cork Printmakers

Wandesford Quay

Clarke's Bridge

T12 E26D Cork

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This course introduces the principles of screen-printing.

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Screen-printing

Tutor: Emma O’Hara

This course introduces the principles of screen-printing. Participants learn how to set up their work spaces, the basics of the medium, and how to handle printing equipment and tools. They prepare and edit photographic or hand-drawn imagery, then coat and expose a screen. Mono-printing and photo-screen stencilling techniques are covered. Experimentation with layering colour, blending, and over printing methods is also covered. Participants finish the course having created a series of prints.

Cork Printmakers reserves the right to cancel a course with insufficient enrolment, and when this occurs any and all prepaid fees are refunded. Course times and places are not transferable. Cork Printmakers does not refund fees paid by participants who subsequently cancel their place. Please note in response to ongoing changes in covid-19 restrictions courses may be delayed or the dates may change however Cork Printmakers will endeavour to deliver the course in full.

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T12 E26D Cork

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Cork Printmakers is a print studio providing artists a creative and well-equipped environment in which to work, and offering audiences a diverse and inclusive environment in which to experience, appreciate, understand and enjoy art. As a resource organisation, it generates professional development opportunities to members and guest artists. Through its showcasing function, it produces and presents art by it's members through it's exhibition programme. It plays a key role in the cultural ecology of Cork and is recognised for its activity in Ireland and internationally.

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