At the Detroit Institute of Arts
Art teachers will learn alternative, non-darkroom methods to make screens for screen printing while making an edition of small books. Students will explore a simple book-making method that can be applied to many projects, especially when there is a need to make multiples (editions, zines, etc). Students will work in small groups to create screen printed work both individually and collaboratively.
Learn about alternative screen printing equipment, process, and techniques
Leave with project ideas for making books and multiples in the classroom
Create printed work individually and collaboratively through one project
Learn more about screen printing techniques and screen printing’s role in art history through a short discussion in the “From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art, 1960-1975” exhibit
4 SCECHs available.