Deadline: Aug 18, 2021 - 6:30 pm
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
From building an exposure unit and light-safe cabinet to the washout booth and printing table, this demonstration will explain exactly how to go about making that home studio dream a reality. He will also cover some troubleshooting ideas and any safety precautions you should be aware of, and will cap it all off by demonstrating his studio in action.
This online demo is great for anyone interested in creating their own silkscreen studio, as well as those who are already screen-printing at home and could use some hints and tips to streamline their process. There will be lots of time for Graeme to answer questions so come prepared with ideas relating to your own space!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Graeme Dearden is an Albertan fine artist and writer working primarily in printmaking, drawing, and visual poetry. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Alberta College of Art + Design in 2015, majoring in glass. He has produced fine art prints for numerous Albertan artists and has work collected by The Alberta Foundation For The Arts.
He has been silkscreening since 2009 and worked professionally as a silkscreen printer and lab technician for five years at Goldray Industries in Calgary. Here, he specialized in silkscreen prepress/printing for architectural decorative glass, as well as colour matching and production of silkscreen enamel and glass paint. Previous to this, Graeme worked as a garment printer for slow-pitch apparel.
Additionally, Graeme taught silkscreen and served in numerous board governance positions through the Alberta Printmaker’s Society for three years.
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