Arts Etobicoke is offering a FREE introduction to printmaking class with Maureen Da Silva. Learn all about the wonderful world of screenprinting! Participants will learn everything they need to know about the basic set-up and supplies, preparing screens, as well as pulling a print. No previous experience required. All supplies are provided.
Maureen Da Silva is a Toronto-based artist committed to an intersectional feminist practice. Her practice focuses on silkscreen, lithography, and relief, with forays into bookbinding. She has taken her love of print into the founding of the not-for-profit, artist group, The inPrint Collective, of which she is the Managing Director.
*All classes are free but we require all Saturday Art Class participants to become Arts Etobicoke members and support the organization’s work in the community. Exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis and there are no additional fees.
Venue: Arts Etobicoke
4893A Dundas Street West