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Introduction to Screenprinting

In this workshop you’ll be introduced to the basics of screenprinting. Attendees will learn about the necessary tools and supplies needed in setting up your own screenprinting studio. The one-day workshop will cover best practices from selecting the right screens for your project, choosing and working with ink, squeegees, paper, emulsion, lighting and more!

As a group we will be making a three-color broadsheet poster edition. Using a themed design and prepared screens we will work together to make a poster edition of five. Paper and ink will be supplied for the event.

Wear some clothes that won’t mind a splash paint ;)

Tickets | $75



About your host, Nathan Hill

Nathan is the founding partner and principal designer of Nh.d, a boutique design firm based in Petworth. His passion for design led him to pursue experiences with interactive agencies, non-profit organizations, consulting and marketing firms – eventually leading back to a design studio environment where his creative skills extend to woodworking, screen printing and illustration. Nathan serves as Education Director for the AIGA DC chapter, is an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University’s Corcoran College of the Arts and Design in the BFA design program, and is a founding member of the Petworth Business Community. He is also the host of the monthly design podcast Design Intercourse. 

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