DIY Screen Printing & Contact Paper Stencils with Heather McLaughlin

When:
Sat, March 17 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
2018-03-17T12:00:00-07:00
2018-03-17T15:00:00-07:00

Spring Workshop Series at the Sou’wester

DIY Screen Printing & Contact Paper Stencils
with Heather McLaughlin

Using tape and contact paper artists can create temporary screen printing stencils. This is a great way to make screen at home with little to no chemicals or equipment. In this workshop artists will create successful designs to cut, create the contact paper stencils by hand and pull a small set of prints. In addition to prints on paper, artists can also print on fabric or other flat materials. 

Heather McLaughlin was born next to the Chesapeake Bay in Baltimore Maryland and relocated to Red Lodge Montana, on the north border of Yellowstone Park, in 1991. After high school, she continued west to Portland Oregon and continued her studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art. Heather completed her Bachelors of Fine Art in Printmaking in 2005. She currently serves at the print studio Manager at PNCA while also teaching printmaking and youth arts as an adjunct instructor in PNCA’s Continuing Education Program. Heather also volunteers as an art instructor at Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls and has served on the board for Flight 64 (a Member-run Print Studio). In addition to her art Heather is a musician, performer and production assistant.

COST: $40 plus a $10 material fee (Please pay material fee directly to instructor)
BRING: Please wear clothes that can get messy. Bring an art apron if possible. Students may also bring anything they would like to print onto aside from paper (like t-shirts, handkerchiefs etc.) Please bring a snack for yourself if you’d like (hot tea and coffee provided).
This workshop is for teens and adults. Younger students okay with an adult partner. 12 students max
RSVP: souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542

The Sou’wester Lodge at 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644

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