The ZACC at 216 W Main St // Tuesdays // February 4 - March 3 // 7-9 PM // $145 Students should already understand and be able to execute basic methods of screen printing such as: coating screens with light sensitive emulsion, drawing films, exposing film to screen, washing out screens, and printing. In this course we will use rubylith film to create easy color separations. The course will also utilize pin and tab registration which is a very accurate method for lining up colors on paper. The latter end of the class will cover how to create Monoprints on a screen using watercolors and water-soluble crayons with transparent base ink. Attendees of the course will be able to create 2 or more projects. Students will also receive written handouts on instructions and troubleshooting for the techniques covered in this class. This class is taught by Christa Carleton.
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