UPCOMING WORKSHOPS:


Sat. June 25th 11:00 - 18:00 (sold out!)

Sat. July 23rd 11:00 - 18:00 (sold out!)

Sat. September 10th  11:00 - 18:00 (sold out!)


participation prior registration only.

WHERE:

Le Raclet Screenprint, Berlin

WHAT:

Essential workshop/ 1 day/ 11:00-18:00/ 3 places / 80.00€ (inkl. MwSt.) each, all materials included.

you will screenprint YOUR OWN 2-color design on paper!  20x30 cm, 20 copies.

NOTE: If you are a group of at least 3 people  (max. 4) you can inquiry about a workshop on a date of your choice, could be during a week/end or a week-day as well :) 

COVID-MEASURES:

we follow the 2G rule

Geimpfte = Vaccinated
Genesene = Recovered

use of FFP2 mask is required during the workshop.

WORKSHOP LANGUAGE: English

REQUIREMENTS:

BASIC PHOTOSHOP OR ILLUSTRATOR KNOWLEDGE. a simple 2-color design at 300 dpi in 20x30 cm.

Dress properly, there is no chance to survive the workshop with clean clothes!

The essential workshop is an intensive screen printing class, great both for beginners and for people who need to reboot their silkscreen knowledge. You will be  led hand in hand by a professional tutor to the creation of  your own 2-color edition on paper that we will print in 20 copies, 20x30 cm. This is a workshop for graphic images with no halftones. (so no photographic images).

Your Design is going to be prepared ahead of the workshop and sent to us one day before the workshop happens, you will be sent detailed istructions about the file preparation and we will give you guidance and feedbacks about the file via e-mail.

During the class at our studio we will  learn how to coat a screen, expose it on a UV-table, and make it ready for the printing session. We will then learn how to  mix inks, hand-pull prints and make an accurate registration of the 2 colors.

At the end of the Essential workshop you will be able to print independently onto paper!

for booking your place please send an e-mail at info@leraclet.com or use the contact form you find here.

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