Screen printing is a technique that involves using a woven mesh screen to support an ink-blocking stencil to receive a desired image. Participants will get introduced to the process from the beginning to the end (what kind of material can be used for the motif and how to prepare it for print in order to get the final product). Participants will not only learn the methodology but also try the technique by themselves. They will be able to make prints on tote bags with the selected motifs inspired by local plants, that they get to keep as a souvenir.
- All the material including tote bags
- Professional guidance and presentation
What's Not Included
- Transport to the event venue (app 30 min walk from the workspace)
Marino Vukasović is technician for fine mechanics with professional qualification obtained in 2012, as well as a visual communications designer and visual artist. He obtained his M. A. in Visual Communication Design in 2020 at the Academy of Arts in Split. Marino has experience as a prop and assistant set designer for films, music videos and theatre performances and he showcased his work in several group exhibitions.
Culture Hub Croatia is a non-profit organization established in Split in 2017. Since then, they have been using education, culture and creativity for development of local Croatian communities through transmission of knowledge and European expertise and through promotion of art practices, cultural heritage and informal education. Their work is based on collaborations, experimentations and explorations of innovative approaches. They manage a creative hub in Split, Croatia (Plančićeva 2), called [PROSTOR], featuring a co-working space, open studio, gallery and events space, residency and hostel for plants!
Minimum Needed to Operate
Deadline To Book
4 days prior to the event