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Textile Printing Techniques with Jean-Marie Baldwin
In the Textile Printing Techniques five-week class we will work with several ancient and modern print techniques on textiles. Techniques include block printing, stenciling, silk screen and gyotoko (a Japanese fish print technique). Students will combine these techniques to create one-of-a-kind designs for clothing or wall pieces. Instruction and demos will be provided. Materials are provided by instructor, and a materials fee of $50 paid to instructor on first day of class. All levels of experience are welcomed.
Level: All levels
Limit: 10 students
Workshop Instructor: Jean-Marie Baldwin
Length: 5 weeks
Fridays, May 24 to June 21
Time: 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Location: Fine Art Studio
Tuition: $120 Member, $140 Non-member
Material Fee: $50 (payable to instructor at first class)
Jean-Marie Baldwin attended the Art Institute of Philadelphia on full scholarship. She researched print and dye techniques on fabric and then continued her art studies at Fleischer Art Memorial and the University of the Arts, both located in Philadelphia. Baldwin further developed her techniques while studying silk painting with Michele Marceuse, Shibori with Michael Olshefski at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Batik Painting with Janice Kline at Tyler Park and Batik Painting with Tatiana Eisenhart in Silver Springs, Maryland. Jean-Marie has taught numerous classes and workshops on the East Coast, including the vonLiebig Art Center in Florida; and the Wayne Art Center, Mainline Art Center, Phoenix Village Art Center in Pennsylvania.
Date & Time
Weekly on Friday
05/24/2019 through 06/21/2019
1:30PM - 4:30PM
$120 Member, $140 Non-member, Material Fee: $50