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Overview of Screen Printing
What is Screen Printing? 1:37
A Brief History of Screen Printing 2:16
Artists to Use in the Classroom 1:45
Tools and Materials
Printing Surfaces 2:25
Beginning Techniques 4:31
Pulling a Print 1:17
Beginning Project Ideas 3:16
The Photo Emulsion Process
Setting Up for Photo Emulsion 3:25
Preparing a Photo Emulsion Screen 2:25
Pulling a Photo Emulsion Print 4:54
Cleanup Tips 2:17
Varying the Printing Surface 2:31
Working with Mixed Media 2:42
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Learn about the history of screen printing and the prevalence of the medium in today’s society.
2 Discover what supplies you need to get started with screen printing in your classroom.
3 Explore both basic and more advanced screen printing techniques.
Screen printing is a versatile medium your students are sure to love, and this Learning Pack has everything you need to get started. Join Jack as he walks you through what materials you’ll need and teaches you how to pull a basic print. Then, explore more advanced methods and a variety of techniques for taking your prints to the next level!
7. Media and Techniques
A. Selects best practices when teaching media and techniques to students
B. Scaffolds media and technique skills for students according to age and ability level
C. Designs opportunities for students to experiment with materials and skills
Secondary Art Teacher and PRO Facilitator
Jack Watson is an artist and educator who teaches art and art history at Durham School of the Arts in Durham, North Carolina. He believes the art classroom is a space where students can find their voice through inquiry, experimentation, and contemporary approaches to art education.