Textile Printing – Ann Kalmbach
August 14 - August 18| $750
Tuition: $750 ($700 members)
Lab fee: $50
Class limit: 4
Student Material List
Screen printing on fabric can involve free form image making or controlled repeat patterns on yardage. We’ll begin the workshop by learning about appropriate screen meshes for textile printing and then move onto stretching our screens. Next, we’ll cover the full range of stencil making techniques, from simple paper cut stencils to photo stencils. We’ll learn how to create repeat patterns with our images, and print multiple colors in registration. Students will be able to print on any fabric from yardage to tee shirts. Inks appropriate for textile printing and proper ink mixing methods will also be covered.
When your ink is gluey and lumpy, your image is blurry, or your paper or fabric sticks to the screen WHO YOU GONNA CALL? Screenprint Guru!
Register now by making a non-refundable $300 deposit.
Ann Kalmbach is a founder and the Executive Director of Women’s Studio Workshop. Ann is WSW’s screenprint guru. She holds an MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, where she studied in both the textile and printmaking departments. She has been awarded residencies at Visual Studies Workshop, University of Southern Maine, and the MacDowell Colony. Ann and Tatana Kellner (KaKeART) have been artists-in-residence at the University of Southern Maine, Sirius Art Center in County Cork Ireland, and Hessisches Landes Museum in Darmstadt, Germany.