Dublin Workshops Instructor: Linda Condon
TRINITY ARTS WORKSHOP
January 1, 2021
Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, screen printing workshops are on hold until it is safe to reschedule classes. I look forward to teaching in the near future.
The Trinity Art Workshop may change its policy regarding public access to its student’s facilities and this could necessitate that workshops/classes will have to be held at a new location.
Screen printing is also referred to as silk screen printing or serigraphy. In the workshop you will learn three screen printing methods, including using photo emulsion, to produce your own artistic creations. No experience is required and all supplies are provided (except printing paper).
The screen printing workshop meets once a week for 6 weeks (6-9 PM) and the fee is E200. Full day workshops are possible depending on scheduling and interest.
After this tough year we are all longing to be creative again and to learn new skills among our peers. In the mean time please stay well and healthy and I look forward to meeting old and new students in the near future.
I will post on the Trinity Art Workshop website, their Face Book page and this site information on upcoming screen-printing workshops and location of the workshop (if there is a change).
Kate and Mark working on a paper stencil at Trinty Arts Workshop.
|Anne creating a photo-reduction stencil at Trinty Arts Workshop.
|Elaine and John working on photoscreen prints at Trinity Arts Workshop.||Elizabeth screenprinting at Tramore Cultural Centre.|
|Jose screenprinting on T-shirts at Trinity Arts Workshop.||Ellen Fitzpatrick|
|Esperanza Mallol||Louisa McGrath|
|Lucy McCaffery||Pat McGrath|
|Ronan Keegan||Dominic Barnes|