Silkscreen is the ideal printmaking medium for those who enjoy experimentation and a variety of approaches to art. It is especially suitable for multi-color work. Water-based inks can be used on paper, fabric, canvas, and metal to create infinite colors, textures, and images. The course covers photo techniques, stencils, and drawing directly on the screen, and includes both monoprinting and edition printing. The prints are easy to envision and plan, as they are not reversed images. Limited to 6 students.
Tuesdays, 6:30 pm–9:30 pm
February 2 - April 5 (10 weeks)Limited to 6 students
Margaret Nussbaum is a founding member of MGC and has worked as a Silkscreener and Instructor since the beginning of the Center. Her screenprints have been exhibited in both the US and abroad and are part of the collections of the Zimmerli Art Museum, New York Historical Society, and the Library of Congress inWashington DC.