109 First Ave North Ilwaco
DIY Screenprinting with Azenath Lizárraga and Ian Greer
This class is currently full.
Screenprinting is a hands-on medium that allows students to reproduce any artwork they want in multiple colours and on many mediums. Our workshop, aimed at beginner students, will show how to undergo the entire printing process using a combination of recycled, homemade and a few purchased tools.
Students will leave with the handmade screens and prints they made in the workshop, a booklet of historical art and propaganda prints from our collection, and inspiration and understanding to help them start screenprinting on their own.
Asenath Lizárraga is a multidisciplinary artist currently living in Olympia, Washington. Their colorful, emotional works draw from personal experience, dream worlds, and family history, expressed as drawings, paintings, prints, fiber arts, and music. Asenath is also a compassionate and experienced teacher who believes in the transformative power of community art-making, and who aspires to one day help create a community arts space of their own. Asenath is @asleepingmemory on instagram.
Ian Greer is a multidisciplinary artist currently living in Olympia, Washington. They are an experienced illustrator and tattoo artist, and have also worked as a journalist, poet and editor in the United States, Canada, and Ecuador. Their work is detailed and expressive, focusing on sociopolitical issues, nature, and magic. Visit iyanstattoo.com for more info.