The Screenprinting Studio is an entirely water-based studio equipped with darkroom facilities, a large vacuum-frame exposure unit, a light table, multiple screenprinting stations, and a power washing booth. Students enrolled in a screenprinting class are granted storage space for screens, and a shared locker and flat file for the semester. The screenprinting studio supplies all inks for any currently enrolled students. Students learn the basics of screenprinting ranging from reductive screenprinting, four color CMYK separations, repeat printing, textile printing, and a variety of photo processes.
Maximum Capacity – 4
Reservable Capacity – 4
Supervision – Regular walkthroughs, buddy system required
Only advanced students with faculty permission are authorized to use the screen studio this fall. Authorized users may reserve studio time. Buddy system required. Separate entry and exit doors. Users reserve one of four physically distanced work stations. Users have shared access to stationary tools, but must coordinate usage while maintaining physical distance. One-way circulation labeled with floor markings.
No new users trained this fall.