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Course summary
4 weeks
138 GBP
Richmond

Course description

Screenprinting Processes: This introductory course will give you a good overview of silkscreen printmaking. You will be working with paper and photographic stencils using acrylic water based printing inks. This course will give you a basic grounding in making silkscreen prints You will make a series of prints from simple paper stencils and then develop photographic stencils.

Course aims:

� You will learn how to apply a UV sensitive emulsion stencil to a screen.
� You will learn how to print a screen in several layers of ink to get a coloured image.
� You will learn how to design a basic screen print for fabric or paper.
� You will learn safe working in a print studio environment.

Suitability - Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in developing practical printmaking skills. No experience necessary.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

No Qualification

About provider

Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College - Apprenticeship Training

Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College (RHACC) is a further education college for adults, with over 7000 learners. As well as over 1900 courses, we host an exciting events calendar featuring concerts, drama, lectures, workshops, displays and fairs throughout...


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Contact info

Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College

Parkshot, Richmond
TW9 2RE


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