Hands-on Silkscreen PrintMaking
Discover the printmaking process that made Andy Warhol a superstar in the art world! In this hands-on class, you will learn how to transform your photographic images into silk screen prints.
From prepress procedures including selecting appropriate images to printing 1-color and 2-color images, students will create a number of print editions on paper and textiles. Topics include screen tensioning, ink mixing, squeegee handling and stencil making.
Instructor, Chet Wooding
January 9th–March 6th, 2018
Class size: 6 students maximum
A short pre-class meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 2nd at 10:00am to go over class materials, requirements, and student/instructor expectations.
Register for one of the options below to sign up for the next 6-week session.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Chet Wooding Graphics was a commercial photography, photo finishing, graphic design, graphic prepress, commercial screen printing and fine art serigraphy firm from 1974 to 2006. Chet celebrated (for lack of a better word) a triple anniversary in 2014. Having started in traditional Photography in 1964, screen printing in 1974 and teaching at UCSD in 1984. Starting first at the UCSD Crafts Center teaching traditional photography and screen printing and heading the program to teaching similar classes for UCSD Extension.