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Tue, 20 Aug

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The Circular Space

Screenprinting on a T-shirt

We'll use stencils to create a bold graphic image, which we'll screenprint onto a t shirt - please bring along a clean, plain t shirt if you'd like to use it. Otherwise, we have plenty of fabric you can use. With Claire Different sessions for dropped off kids age 10+ and adult child (age 8+) pairs

Screenprinting on a T-shirt
Screenprinting on a T-shirt

Time & Location

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20 Aug 2024, 13:00 – 16:00

The Circular Space, Ham Rd, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 6PA, UK

About the event

We'll use stencils to create a bold graphic image, which we'll screenprint onto a t shirt - please bring along a clean, plain t shirt if you'd like to use it. Otherwise, we have plenty of fabric you can use. With Claire.

All materials and hot drinks or squash included.

Please remember that screenprinting is messy!

This session is for pairs of kids (age 8+) and adults, with both participating, so the adult and child each need a ticket.

Check out the session on 19th August for kids (10+) only.

This is a 'pay what you can' event. For those who can pay, the suggested amount is £16 per place. If affordability is an issue, you can pay up to 50% off this amount.

Screenprinting is a process of transferring a stenciled design onto a flat surface using a screen, ink and a squeegee which forces the ink through the mesh of the screen. Although fabric and paper are the most common screen-printed surfaces, with special inks you can also print onto wood, metal and plastics. A “stencil” can be cut from thin paper, created photographically, or painted directly onto the screen with screen blockers. Designs for screen prints can use just one shade of colour, or several, but colours need to be applied in individual layers, using a separate stencil for each colour. When attached to the screen a stencil will block any ink coming though the mesh of the screen apart from the open cut away areas. The screenpprinting technique is widely used for printing fabric and designs on t-shirts and is great for producing multiple copies.

Kindly supported by The Rampion Community Benefit Fund at Sussex Community Foundation, Enjoolata Foundation and the Coop Local Community Fund.

Tickets

  • Screenprint on a T-shirt

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