UAB's Department of Art and Art History Pop-Up Studio: Silkscreen Traditional Indian Motifs
Pop-Up Studio: Silkscreen Traditional Indian Motifs by Doug Barrett, Associate Professor of Design
Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, Room 250
Presented by UAB’s Department of Art and Art History
Silkscreening is one of the oldest methods of reproducing multiple copies of words and images. Its use can be traced back to the Egyptian and Chinese civilization. In this short course, students will learn about the process of silk screen printing and participants will be able to print their own three-colored takeaway print of traditional Indian motifs. No experience necessary, all materials supplied.
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