Silkscreen is a versatile medium that lends itself to a wide range of artistic approaches, from bold and graphic to painterly. Equally suitable for hand-drawn art, photos, and computer imagery, screen prints can be made with flat colors or can be layered and dimensional. Whether you are interested in fine-art printmaking or in commercial applications you will benefit from one-on-one instruction and feedback. Silkscreen is perfect for printing on diverse surfaces, including paper, t-shirts or other fabric, and wood. For beginners and advanced students.
Tuesdays, 6:00 pm–9:00 pm
September 25 - November 27 (10 weeks)
Limited to 6 students
*Includes 30 hours of open workshop time
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 in Washington DC.