Wednesday, March 23, 2022
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Join us for a Screen Printing workshop with Spark Makerspace! Learn about mid-century modern design and printing with the special exhibition Norman Ives: Constructions and Reconstructions, then make your own print inspired by Ives.
This class, designed for participants ages 14+, covers design, creating a screen using the photographic process, printing on fabric and paper, and how to reuse your silkscreen.
The member cost applies to both Lyman Allyn and Spark members.
To register, please email Eileen Donovan, Director of Learning & Engagement, or call 860.443.2545 ext. 2128.
This two-part class takes place on Wednesdays, March 23 and 30, 6-8 PM. The first session is onsite at the Lyman Allyn. The second session is at Spark Makerspace 7 Union Street, New London, CT.
Nike Desis is an artist, writer, and curator based in New London, CT. She is the Young Adult Librarian at the Phoebe Noyes Griffin Library in Old Lyme and the Screen-Printing Lead at Spark Makerspace.
About Spark Makerspace
Spark Makerspace is a community workshop and learning center founded to support makers with the space, equipment, education, and community to create a spark in their creativity. Spark Makerspace was founded in 2015 by a group of artists, techies, and entrepreneurs, all of them makers, looking to support creativity by providing urban dwellers and the region with resources they did not have at home. To accommodate growth and embrace the momentum, Spark and friends recently bought and reopened at a historic 9,400 square foot commercial building on Union Street in New London.