Curriculum

Printmaking core curriculum includes a 5-week introduction to printmaking and screen printing. Special topic classes and workshops explore plexi dry point and collagraphy, as well as specialty screen printing projects on T-shirts, pillows, and other surfaces.

 

View current printmaking class and workshop options by clicking here. Private lessons and group workshops/demonstrations are also available. Find GoggleWorks printmaking resources at this link.

Studio Features

Located in the Main Building (Room 201), our Printmaking studio features:

 

  • large format (4ft x 6ft) vacuum screen exposure unit
  • designated screen wash out booth
  • large format (3ft x 5ft) etching press
  • small format (12″ x 18″) etching press
  • 4 screen single station screen printing press
  • glass top inking station
  • 3ft x 4ft drying rack
  • map format flat files
  • 11″ x 17″ UV exposure unit

Click the box in the upper right hand corner to view in full screen.

Open Studio Passport

Open studio hours are regularly offered opportunities for those with a basic knowledge of printmaking and a wish to work at their own pace. Access to open studio hours are available through our studio passport program.

Monthly Studio Renter Access

Designed for self sufficient fully trained printers looking for studio access, the renter program provides unrestricted access to the space and equipment outside of prescheduled classes. If you have participated in the Passport program, and feel confident in your practice, this is an ideal next step in your printing evolution.

Book Your Monthly Renter Printmaking Access

Renters click here to pay

Contact

Alex Crawford

2D Studio Technician

acrawford@goggleworks.org