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Handmade Screen Printing Workshop & Artist Social

Handmade Screen Printing Workshop & Artist Social

Hosted by Billy Ghoul

ADX (Art Design Exchange)
Regular price $25.00 - $45.00
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☆ MASKS ARE REQUIRED ☆ for the safety of everyone. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you before you enter the screen printing studio. Please keep your mask covering both your mouth and nose for the entirety of the class. (Updated 2024)

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  • class is 3 hours long
  • single-color designs only
  • there is currently a maximum of 12 students at a time
  • your design should be simple but does NOT need to be prepared beforehand
  • you can take your screen home with you

Please feel free to contact if you have any questions, if you would like to schedule a class outside of the listed available class times.

If you would prefer to take this workshop with a smaller class, try the Handmade Screen Printing Workshop.

More Information

This workshop allows students to learn a cheaper method of screen printing (for those who don’t want to deal with emulsion). This method involves wooden embroidery hoops and mod podge. 

All supplies are provided! All you need to bring is yourself and a design. Additionally, you are allowed to bring one item of clothing to print on but this is optional as I have fabric available for printing.

The artist's social is at the same location (417 SE 11th Ave), but is not held in the Habit Gallery screen printing studio. This event is held in the larger ADX bay. The flash drier, heat press, and sink are still accessible. 

Design Specifications

The hoop we are using as a screen has a 5 inch diameter. It is wise to size your design with a 4 inch diameter, as filling the entire screen with design makes printing very difficult.

Classes run smoother if you have a simple design in mind. Your design does not need to be prepared beforehand, but it's important to keep in mind that we will be hand painting our designs directly onto the screens, so the simpler the design the more likely you are to finish before class is over. Students often pick symbols, pronouns, or leaves/flowers, and I have examples available in the classroom as well. Once you see the process all the way through it becomes much easier to visualize other possible designs.

Please email me at with any questions you might have about your design.

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