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Screen Printing: Beyond The Basics

Ready to up your screen printing game? If you’ve already taken our introductory class, have some screen printing experience under your belt, or just feel like jumping right in, join us for Screen Printing: Beyond the Basics with Courtney McCracken! 

This is a two-part class taking place on consecutive weeks:

Upcoming class dates:

Sundays, October 7th(12:30-2:30) and October 14th (12:30-3:30)

Week 1: Students will be a refreshed on screen printing basics, and you will prep your screen as well as your design. You'll learn how to prepare an image for screen-printing, so come with some ideas of things you'd like to print.

Week 2: Students will burn your designs onto the screen and make prints on canvas tote bags and frame-worthy sheets of nice paper. 

This is a great class for all experience levels. You’ll be led through the entire process, but will be free to create your own design.


All materials are included: you don’t need to bring anything but yourself and an idea for a design. Students will leave class with two custom printed tote bags and an assortment of art prints, to keep or to share.

If you need assistance coming up with a design, no worries! We’ll help you make something great!


About Courtney

Courtney McCracken was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. She earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts at the University of North Florida with a concentration in Sculpture and is currently a Master of Fine Arts Candidate at the University of Georgia in the Lamar Dodd School of Art’s Sculpture Area. McCracken’s creative practice lies between art and organizing. Within the movement of socially engaged art, McCracken applies artistic methods and strategies in confronting issues of social and ecological sustainability. Within the studio, she develops systems of reuse and non-waste, while outside the studio she works to encourage creative civic engagement and broaden social imagination. McCracken is the co-founder of Athens Free School and an original board member of Athens-based slow fashion project, Georgia Sewn.


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