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Hand Screen Printing

Hand Screen


Course Description

One of the most popular methods of creating elegant patterns, Hand screen printing is a traditional, high precision printing process used by many merchants and manufacturers all over the world Screen printing has been used for over 100 years, in both the commercial industry for printing images and designs onto clothing and accessories and in the artistic sector to bring creative designs to life.

This introductory course takes both the complete beginner and those with some previous experience through a series of taught techniques This course develops a successful and confident working knowledge of the screen printing process This creative course embraces experimentation and celebrates the unexpected and unforeseen, in printed matter whilst laying down the foundations for solid printmaking.

 This traditional printing method remains one of the most popular techniques to date There are tons of great reasons why screen printing is often more favorable than alternative procedures such as digital printing.

Course Objectives

  • Learn how to produce colorful interesting images from their own designs
  • Experiencing many different, exciting stencil making techniques such as paper stencil, photographic and stencils
  • Understanding which stencil making techniques are suitable for different effects/textures/images

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Upon successful completion of this short learning course, participants should be able to demonstrate the following
  • 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 screen printing
  • Be familiar with equipment and requirements for printing
  • Adapt designs for screen printing
  • Cut screen ready stencils
  • Prepare and use screen printing techniques
  • Print a placement design
  • Be introduced to multi color printing techniques

Teaching Methodology

The course is 100 practical and will be taught through a series of assignments, peer learning, and presentations along with demonstrations and audio visual aids for practical activities Research work, class juries and peer discussions will be done in each assignment