COURSE DESCRIPTION | Printing with Kathryn Green
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th of October
10am – 4:30pm each day
The workshop will explore a range of easily accessible printing techniques using a variety of mark making tools and a silk screen.
The first day will be spent experimenting with mark making and simple silk screen printing techniques, along with looking at design and composition
The second day provides an opportunity to develop of your own design ideas based on the techniques you have learnt. There will be opportunity for discussion throughout the 2 days.
You will finish the workshop with several samples, a length of fabric to make into an accessory of your choosing or a silk scarf.
About the Tutor
Kathryn Green graduated in 2007, with a First Class Honours degree in Fashion and Textiles. Since then she has been working as a freelance textile designer and lecturer in Further Education. Her life and work experiences are diverse, each one contributing to her development and personal understanding, which she draws on for her textiles, as she states, “I am my experiences.”
Kathryn is currently exploring the traditional Japanese process of Shibori, which is a technique that uses methods of resistance within the dyeing process.