Experiment with screen printing techniques using a variety of inks and colours on this two-day workshop.
- Cover the basics of screen printing on a two-day introductory and experimental workshop.
- Create unique designs using your own patterns and mix of pigment inks, foils and flocking techniques.
- Leave the course with your own collection of printed fabrics.
Experiment with screen printing techniques using a variety of inks, colours and materials. Create unique designs using your own patterns and mix of pigment inks, foils and flocking techniques.
We'll cover the basics of screen printing on this introductory and experimental two-day workshop, and you'll leave with your own collection of printed fabrics.
Please note: places are limited to ten people to ensure that each individual is given one-to-one attention and can access the space and equipment necessary to benefit from the course.
Workshop dates and times:
About your tutor
Emma Fallon is a designer-maker who creates handwoven and screen printed homewares and accessories for the high-end market.
After graduating with a BA (Hons) in Textile Design, Emma set up her business KULU, and has worked in India with sustainable textile project Avani, creating collections of handwoven, handspun, natural dyed clothing.
KULU has exhibited at high-end craft fairs across the UK including MADE London, Hidden Art and the Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair. Emma is currently studying an MA in Fashion and Textiles at Bath Spa University. Emma has taught woven construction at Nottingham Trent University on the BA Fashion and Textiles course.
What you'll do
Learn basic screen printing techniques and more advanced methods and applications, including how to:
- Design patterns and stencils to print
- Mix ink pigments
- Pull the ink through the screen
- Clean the screen ready for the next print
- Experiment with different colours, materials and designs
- Print with foils.
The course will take place at our Sion Hill campus in Bath.
The fee for this course is £190 inclusive of materials.
What to bring
Please wear old clothing and closed footwear, and bring an apron if you have one.
You can bring your own lunch, or eat at Café Sion. Light refreshments are provided.
Designs can be created prior to the course in order to ensure everyone has time to make screens and create more complex designs if desired. Designs should be on A4 white paper, using black ink or black paint (note that the black needs to be really dark to ensure the screen exposes properly).
Please bring a selection of your own fabrics to print. The University will provide linen, cotton and silk, but depending on the type of prints you'd like to create, you may need additional fabric.
To book, or if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.