Screen-Printing Essentials Dan Varenka
June 6–10, M–F 9:30am–5:30pm
Screen-printing resides in both industrial and fine art spheres and lends itself to graphics, typography, and photography. The relatively low cost makes it accessible to individuals for posters, prints, and books. This introductory workshop will cover the fundamentals of the screen-printing process: image preparation, coating and burning photosensitive screens, and printing on paper and fabric. Consideration will be given to printing for books, multicolor prints, and creating your own set-up at home.Register
Dan Varenka has been screen-printing shirts and totes for a decade under the name Hey Buddy! He enjoys finding new contexts for vintage images in books, zines, and prints. He received his MFA from Visual Studies Workshop in 2012 where he currently works and also teaches graphic design at the College at Brockport, SUNY.