Join us for a one day workshop screen printing Christmas cards led by Daniel Haskett. During the workshop you’ll learn the basics of screen printing and create your own limited edition Christmas and greetings cards.
Saturday 13 November
1 – 7pm
Workshop Fee: Full price: £90; Retiree Price £75; Concession Price £60 (includes materials and light refreshments)
Venue: OPEN Ealing Arts Centre Unit 14 School Lane Dickens Yard W5 2TD
This workshop is limited to 10 people
Learn the basics of screen printing using paper stencils, while creating a limited edition run of 2-colour Christmas cards to send to your friends and family. Daniel will teach you the basics of screen printing from preparing a paper stencil through to the finished print on paper.
No matter what experience you have, you will be able to join this workshop and learn all you need to know about No matter what experience you have, you will be able to join this workshop and learn all you need to know about screen printing multiple colours on paper
Materials Required for the workshop
We shall provide the following materials for the workshop:
- White, Green, Red and Black Card in A4 size
- White card in A5 size
- Buff coloured envelopes
- Paper for cutting the stencils
- Craft knife and cutting mat
- Screens for printing
- Printing stations
- Metallic inks
- Disposables gloves and aprons
You might like to bring
- your own apron and gloves
- different coloured card and envelopes
If you have never been to OPEN before, when you get to Dickens Yard, we are the same end as the Church, Gail’s Bakery and Brew Dog. School Lane is the “walk way” to the left of Bar #17 which looks like it is going to flats. We are along there on the left. If you reach Gym Box – you’ve just missed us!
About the Tutor
Born and raised in London, Daniel studied Illustration and Animation in Bristol; followed by an MA in Visual Storytelling in Stockholm. He became a professional illustrator and print maker and is based in Berlin.
He has exhibited in London, Berlin and Stockholm and has collaborated with several interesting partners; including the NHS as part of the Nightingale project.
He is currently available for freelance projects – one of which you can see on a garage door in Hanwell!
For more information about Daniel and his work please
visit his website
follow him on instagram