ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
Spend three days learning silkscreen processes from start to finish. Discover how to accurately plan and properly register your prints, produce stencils, and imagery. Learn how to create your silkscreen prints in a traditional way with low-tech methods yielding high-end results. Experiment with traditional stencils, painted elements, transparencies and rubylith cutouts.
All levels of printmaking students are welcome.
- Proper screen degreasing, screen coating and exposure, proper registration, and printing.
- Creating stencils and imagery with India ink, Micron Pens, craft paper.
- Creating precise registration system.
- Split fountain and transparency methods.
Best suited to beginner and intermediate level students. Ages 18+
July 26-28, 2021; Monday-Wednesday, 9 AM–4 PM
$370 ($330 tuition + $40 lab fee)SUPPLY LIST
To address COVID concerns and ensure the safety of all the WSA Board of Directors request all students, instructors and staff be fully vaccinated before coming to the school campus. All studio classes and workshops will have reduced number of students and maintain social distancing. Additionally, air purification systems have been installed in all of the studios, office and gallery.
*In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits in the painting studios. Additionally, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, or scents of any kind. Learn more.
*Those with special needs and/or requests may email the registrar.
Please note that for workshops lasting all day there is a one-hour break from twelve noon to one PM. Students are invited to bring lunch and eat at the school or may go to any of the local dining establishments. The school does not provide lunch or refreshments.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Malgorzata Oakes is a multidisciplinary artist specializing in non-toxic research in printmaking processes, specifically intaglio techniques. She was born in Poland and holds a Ph.D. from the Scientific Program in the Arts from the Doctoral School of the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art & Design in Wrocław, Poland. Oakes obtained her MFA at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art & Design in Wrocław in Printmaking in 2001.
Her prints, drawings and paper installations have been exhibited in more than 100 exhibitions in museums, galleries and printshops worldwide. Her latest exhibitions are as follows: Inter-Connected – existence beyond waste MTG – Kraków 2021 accompanying program, Mini Maxi Print Berlin 2020 and Toxic, Non-toxic relations between human behavior and emotions at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art & Design in Wrocław. Among her many accomplishments, Oakes has received a Full Fellowship Artist in Residency Award from the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts in 2021.
She has been selected for numerous residencies, including Frans Masereel Center, Non-toxic Electro-etching Workshop Residency with Alfonso Crujera and was awarded a scholarship at Zea Mays Printmaking.
She is an active educator, papermaker and professional printmaker, involved in various interdisciplinary collaborative projects with her students and colleagues. Her work speaks to the sustainable mission of the arts. She travels to share her research focused on non-toxic electro-etching innovative processes within the United States and Europe. Malgorzata currently teaches at the State University of New York and resides in Hudson Valley New York