Course Summary

This is a 2 day weekend workshop where students will learn the basics in screen printing. The course will cover how to make designs using cut outs, oil pastels, photographic stencils and block out to print onto fabric, clothing or paper
The pace is a little fast and furious but by the end of the two days students will have produced multiple screen-printed designs onto clothing/fabric or paper as either a single colour print or a multi coloured print.

Please visit CAE Customer Service Centre or phone 9652 0611 to enquire about enrolling in this course

This course will cover the basics of silk screen printing including sourcing equipment, table preparation, constructing and designing screens, mixing and matching colours and printing. Students will learn a selection of techniques from hand drawn, cut stencil, direct and photographic stencil techniques for application onto printing fabric, garments or other materials.

Learn the techniques of screen printing for fabric, homewares and paper

By the end of the course, students will understand the silk screen printing process and will have produced and printed several designs onto clothing/fabric or paper as either a single colour print or a multi coloured print.

Students will be required to bring the following materials to class:
Brown parcel tape/packing tape (4-5cm wide)
Masking tape
Apron
Craft knife or blade or Stanley knife
Ideas and designs
Drawing materials to plan out designs such as pencils, pens, paper
Students can bring their own fabric , paper etc. to print onto if they choose
There may be additional cost to depending on individual projects

Newspaper is useful throughout the course – but not essential.

The course is suitable for both absolute beginners and those with more experience.

Last updated: November 8, 2017 02:30pm