Instructor: Savanna Snow
12 Sessions / Saturdays, September 14–December 7, no class on October 19
Time: 10 am–1 pm
Location:  Studios 1&2
Number: PR1005
Tuition: $530 (includes a $50 lab fee)
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This course introduces students to screenprinting processes and techniques, with a broad overview of the historical reputation of screenprinting within the arena of fine art and advertising. Screenprinting provides students a method in which to create multiple works that incorporate a divergence of media and approaches. Students will utilize drawing skills, digital technology, basic design principals, personal imagery, and hand tools. Screenprinting techniques to be covered include stencils, digital design, hand drawing on film, and photo-senstive materials such as emulsion, exposure units, the dark room, and the vacuum table. Students will create a minimum of three print editions utilizing at least two colors per project. No prerequisite.

Savanna Snow is a California artist, illustrator, and designer working in acrylic media, silkscreen, and reclaimed materials. She completed her BFA in Advertising at Art Center College of Design in 2004 and received her MFA in Printmaking from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2012. She has been commissioned to design and install permanent civic works by the City of Fremont, CA. Additionally, she has exhibited at the Laguna Art Museum and in galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Ireland, and is privately collected.