Runs from Tuesday January 18 2022 to Tuesday February 15 2022

Approximate running time: 2 hours


Toronto ON M6K 2B2


× Instructor: Kingi Carpenter
Jan 18- Feb 15
Tuesday 12PM-2PM

Online Creative Silkscreen Workshop teaches you all the basics of photo emulsion screenprinting , where you do the entire process along with me step by step. Questions along the way are encouraged !

You will learn different ways to create artwork suitable for screenprinting and the simple art supplies needed. You will then make your own unique artwork, and email it to me to put on a silkscreen. I will show making some of these screens live, during our workshops. Your silkscreen will then be sent to you (or you can pick up) in a kit with all the basic supplies you need to start screenprinting at home. Next, you will learn to screenprint your own artwork with a silkscreen made for you and more.

We will all discuss the art we created, and how we can continue the art of silkscreening into the future. I make this amazing artform easy, inexpensive and fun.

Your silkscreen kit will include - your custom silkscreen with your own art, a drop cloth, 5 textile inks- black, red, blue, yellow and white, a paint scraper to print with and a tote bag to print.

Materials: material kits will be mailed out by the instructor.

About the instructor: Kingi Carpenter started her creative career at OCAD in Toronto, where she discovered her passion for fabric design and silkscreening. These united her love of fashion, sewing, drawing, creating and colour. At 24, she became an indie fashion entrepreneur with her business Peach Berserk. Her wildly popular boutique was open 19 years, leading Fodor's travel guide to say Kingi was ‘the undisputed monarch of Queen St. West." Now, from her Toronto studio, she continue to diversify her business in creative ways. Kingi teach screenprinting and design in workshops for the TDSB, colleges and various organizations. Her DIY book/DVD, "Silkscreen NOW", sells internationally. She also guest lecture widely and am a board member of the Ontario Arts Education Association. Her charity work includes the Dare to Wear Love fashion initiative for the Stephen Lewis Foundation, and teaching Screen printing and entrepreneurship with United World Schools in Northern Cambodia.

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