Location: cSpace King Edward - #205, 1721 29 Ave SW
Option 1: Weekend Time/Day: Fri 6.00pm - 9.00pm, Sat 10.00am - 4.00pm, Sun 10.00am - 4.00pm Date: Flexible, inquire for further details Note: With the weekend intensive we explore mark making and apply the outcomes of that directly to transparency in order to create our patterns for printing. The approach is more direct. Weekend intensives are ideal for those coming from out of town.
Option 2: Over 4 Weeks Time/Day: Wed 6.00pm - 9.00pm (4 weeks) Thurs 6.00pm - 9.00pm (4 weeks) Date/Eve: Flexible, inquire for further details Note: With the break between classes students have time to take ideas home and work through the mark making process before committing to the imagery they will be printing.
Join surface designer and textile printer Natalie Gerber in her studio and choose between a weekend intensive or taking the course over 4 weeks. In this workshop you will expand your knowledge of screen printed textiles in an intimate class of two to four students, and team print with a studio mate to produce your own micro collection.
With hands on demonstrations and problem solving throughout the course, you will print two meters of organic cotton/linen and work through the steps from developing a repeating pattern to silkscreen preparation, colour mixing, screen printing registration, and finally printing.
At the end of this course you will have a better understanding of the process and materials for silkscreen printing on cloth and take home your own micro textile collection for future projects.
AT A GLANCE
Session 1 – Intro to Textile Printing and repeat pattern development You will begin developing two to three repeat patterns for print that consider an end use and work together as a micro collection. We will also prepare screens for printing.
Session 2 – Intro to water based inks and silk screen prep Our focus in this class will be on colour mixing, putting artwork onto screens and registration to create repeating patterns. We will discuss various pigment systems and the additives that can be used which affect the hand of the finished print, viscosity of the inks and fixatives for longer lasting colour.
Session 3 + 4 – Team Printing Over the next two sessions participants will work together as a team and print samples while fine tune their printing technique. You will learn about registration for repeat pattern printing and print three meters of fabric in multiple colourways for your final micro collection.
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RETURNS & EXCHANGES
All Natalie Gerber merchandise is quality guaranteed, if you are not satisfied with your purchase please let us know.
Merchandise returned must be unused and in new condition to be eligible for a refund or exchange. Your refund will be credited back to the original method of payment. A credit will be posted to your account approximately two days after the date of processing. It may take up to two billing cycles for the credit to appear on your monthly credit card statement.
To return an item use your own traceable and insured shipping method and mail to:
Natalie Gerber Attn: Returns PO Box 281, Station M Calgary, AB T2P 2H9 Canada Invoice # ___________
The cost of return shipping must be prepaid at the point of return. Natalie Gerber is not responsible for customer returns that are not received.