Tuesday 26 November | 10:30am–4:30pm (Sold Out)
£100 includes materials and exhibition entry | Fully Booked
In this one day Screen Printing workshop printers will experiment with a range of textile inks such as printing with specialist binders, puff, metallic and pearl onto fabric.
Printers will draw and create hand cut stencils for screen printing onto textile surfaces. Designs could be inspired by the current exhibition Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous, or focus on personal projects. This workshop will provide the opportunity to print onto heavy and light weight fabrics, layer colour and print repeating shapes and patterns. By the end of the workshop printers will have a collection of A5-A3 screen printed fabric samples.
All materials will be provided; printers are welcome to bring their own fabrics and stencils to use during the one day workshop if they wish. This workshop is suitable for teachers, designers, students and for those who are curious about design, no experience necessary, all abilities welcome.
Nicole Line is an artist and textile tutor based in Forest Hill, South East London. Nicole studied BA Textiles for Fashion & Interiors at University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. She holds a PGCert and Masters in Creative Education and founded Nicole Line Workshops in 2014. She teaches mixed media textiles, such as screen printing, heat press printing & dyeing. Nicole works in other areas of textiles, collaborating with community projects, corporate companies, designers and private events. She also teaches on the textiles BA and Foundation degree courses at University for the creative Arts and Kingston College. nicolelineworkshops.com