SILKSCREEN 201: Producing “Good” Artwork

The most common complaint amongst professional screen printers is about “bad” artwork. This course will explain more advanced concepts for producing artwork. Discover how to make your silkscreening projects come alive by using the full spectrum of this medium’s capacity. Your work will benefit from a better understanding the unique opportunities and limitations of this versatile printing method. Our instructors come prepared with commercial & fine-art knowledge about digital design, outputting, color separations, color matching/mixing, halftone preparation.

  • 201 Classes are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 2:30 to 3:30 pm
  • Prerequisites: Completion of the Silkscreen 101
  • Class Size: Minimum 4 Maximum 12
  • Cost: $40, which can be paid during online registration, via card over the phone (206.956.8372), or cash/check/card in person. (we ask for advance payments to guarantee spots in a class.)

This is the first step in producing more complex printing projects. Bring your project for troubleshooting or simply stay for Q&A after class. After completion of this course you will have the necessary skills to continue on into our multicolor printing classes.

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