Screen Printing with Metaliic Foils with Hannah Shultz at the Textile Arts Center | Sweet Paul Makerie

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Screen Printing with Metaliic Foils with Hannah Shultz at the Textile Arts Center | Sweet Paul Makerie

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SATURDAY, APRIL 8 : MORNING

In this workshop, students will learn the basics of screen-printing with stencils, glue and metallic foil. Discussion will include plastisol and water based glues. About a yard of fabric is included, but students are welcome to bring any fabric or clothing they wish to add some shiny pizazz. You could create a nice pillow case, or print on a bag. The sky is the limit!


SKILL LEVEL

No experience necessary


MATERIALS TO BRING

Any fabric and/or garment (i.e. t-shirt, tote bag, pillow case) you would like to print.


MATERIALS PROVIDED

foil .
. water-based glue .
. fabric .

. screens .
. squeeges .
. irons .


ABOUT HANNAH

Hannah Shell Schultz is a freelance textile designer and specialty screen printing consultant based in Brooklyn, NY. You can find her prints in J Crew, Club Monaco, and Rebecca Taylor among others. While using diverse design techniques such as hand painting, CAD and silk screening, Hannah’s heart is set on creating the ultimate conversational. Conversational designs allow the wearer to inform the viewer a little about themselves and what they like, which can spark a conversation, hence the name. Her first immersion in focusing on conversationals occurred during her AIR Cycle 6 residency at the Textile Arts Center. Over the nine months program, she designed “Game Cloth”, a project encouraging a dialog that reveals quirky, friendly, competitive person to person relations through textile design. Hannah teaches screen printing classes ranging from natural dyes to foil printing at the Textile Arts Center.


CONTACT

hannahschultz.com