Location

McGregor 256

Event Website

http://www.art.wayne.edu/MAPC2014/

Start Date

25-9-2014 1:30 PM

End Date

25-9-2014 3:00 PM

Description

Screenprint is highly accessible to artists of all sorts, and has many avenues of expression - fine art, installation art, t-shirts, posters, graffiti, really as many outlets as there are people who produce screenprints. A visible upsurge in the use of screenprint in contemporary printmaking and in the proliferation of new screen-based print shops can be seen as artists use its various processes to create work that is no longer restricted by identifiable style, scale, or dimension. This demonstration represents a range of potential methods in the expressive and flexible nature of the contemporary screenprint process, from hard-edged graphic forms, to subtle painterly marks.

Presenter: Jennifer Ghormley

Demonstration: The hand-cut stencil

Presenter: Brian Spolans

Demonstration: Transparencies, direct color mixing and approaches to achieving variety using the matrix.


Presenter: Nichole Maury

Demonstration: Automatic Mark Making in Screenprint

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Sep 25th, 1:30 PM Sep 25th, 3:00 PM

Controlled chaos; versatility and variety of mark-making within screenprint

McGregor 256

Screenprint is highly accessible to artists of all sorts, and has many avenues of expression - fine art, installation art, t-shirts, posters, graffiti, really as many outlets as there are people who produce screenprints. A visible upsurge in the use of screenprint in contemporary printmaking and in the proliferation of new screen-based print shops can be seen as artists use its various processes to create work that is no longer restricted by identifiable style, scale, or dimension. This demonstration represents a range of potential methods in the expressive and flexible nature of the contemporary screenprint process, from hard-edged graphic forms, to subtle painterly marks.

Presenter: Jennifer Ghormley

Demonstration: The hand-cut stencil

Presenter: Brian Spolans

Demonstration: Transparencies, direct color mixing and approaches to achieving variety using the matrix.


Presenter: Nichole Maury

Demonstration: Automatic Mark Making in Screenprint

http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/mapc2014/printcity/sept25/13