9:30am – 1pm
Screen printing in colour – a perfect combination of painting + printing.
Join Donna Gordge of StitchPaintBurn studio for the afternoon of learning and colour.
Polychromatic screen printing is a method of screen printing which incorporates many colours at once, to print a single unique artwork. Using reactive dyes, we paint directly onto the screen, which is a bit like working with watercolours and is a perfect combination of both painting and printing.
This workshop may involve getting messy! Please be prepared and wear clothing that is suitable for mess making/staining as we will be using dyes. Bringing along an apron might be a good choice too!
Friendly, expert tuition and all materials, including 100% cotton fabric, dyes and screens to use.
Morning tea consisting of a selection of tea and plunger coffee plus light refreshments.
Location + COVID Safe Protocols
This workshop will take place in our sunny ground floor Blanket Room Foyer at Fabrik, look out for directional signage on the day.
Participants are asked to abide by SA Health COVID safe protocols in place at the time of the workshop and only attend if they are feeling well.
Meet your maker:
Donna Gordge is a multipassionate creator, with experience and expertise in many mediums. These include making artist books, sculpture, collage, stitch and painting, all with storytelling at the heart.
Donna teaches and exhibits across the state, sharing her skills and engaging with others to share their own stories as StitchPaintBurn Studio.
This workshop is suitable for beginners. Participants aged 16 and under need to be accompanied by a participating adult.
The class size will be capped at 12 participants to ensure lots opportunity for conversation and learning. However, we do need a minimum of 6 participants to proceed (lots of communication and a full refund would be made to those who have registered in this instance.)
If you have any questions, please contact René at Fabrik via email on firstname.lastname@example.org