Studio Two Three is proud to offer monthly Second Saturday Workshops! Always held on the Second Saturday of each month from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, these sessions cover various printmaking techniques, processes, and innovations, always at reasonable prices. Come learn something new, create prints of your own, and enjoy the community atmosphere of Studio Two Three.
Make sure to stay tuned to the S23 website and Facebook page for details and advertisements-- most workshops have limited space and will require pre-registration.
Contact Megan Nolde, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com, for more information.
Learn how to design and print your own t-shirts in this introduction to using a t-shirt graphics and using a t-shirt press. This class will cover how to prep art for t-shirt printing (including how to create color separations), and necessary information about silkscreening on fabrics, with a focus on t-shirts. Participants are encouraged to bring their own shirts or other fabric items from home to print on, but otherwise all materials will be provided.
Enrollment limit: 15
Liam Ward is 2010 VCU graduate with a BFA in graphic design, and has been working as a freelance designer, animator, and print-maker since then. He was recently hired to work at the Martin Agency as a motion designer, and before that worked as a graphic designer for McGuireWoods, LLC. Ward was first introduced to silk-screen printing back in 2003 and has been practicing it ever since for both personal and professional work.
Relief-Printing with Emily Gannon - $30
Learn the Basics of relief print making! In this class participants will learn the reductive form of printmaking- removing material from a surface to create an image. Participants will learn how to create an image for cutting, as well as different techniques and materials out of which to design a one-color relief block for printing. All materials provided.
Enrollment limit: 15
Emily Gannon is an artist living and working in Richmond, VA. She received her BFA in 2007 from the New York State School of Ceramics at Alfred University. Her work is predominantly focused around printmaking, installation, and works on fabric. Gannon got involved with Studio Two Three shortly after moving to Richmond in 2008, and in her time there organized numerous exhibitions and events and aided the studio in their progress towards becoming an inclusive and creative community space for Richmond, VA.
December 14, 2013-- 1-4 p.m.