Wednesday 7 November
6.00 – 8.30pm
We invite print studio Make-Ready to share their skills in silkscreen printing, looking into the practical side as well as discussing its applications within the arts. Throughout the evening participants will create a series of unique silkscreen compositions that will consider authorship, studio culture, The Printer's Hand, conceiving a print and how you might do this. This workshop will be informed by the mark-making processes within the current Amy Sillman exhibition.
Make-Ready print studio is run by Hugh Barrell and Thomas Murphy who provide services for a variety of contemporary artists and practitioners, ranging from consultancy and fabrication.
No experience necessary and all materials provided.
Supported by Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust, City Bridge Trust, The Finnis Scott Foundation and Tomart Foundation. We are grateful to John Lyons Charity and The Chapman Trust for their support for our Education programme.