[Craft Party] Silkscreen Bag (2:40pm – 3:20pm)

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults, Parent - Child
  • Category: Arts
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Sun, 11 Feb, 2018, 2:40 PM - 3:20 PM (GMT+8)

Woodlands Regional Library

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900 South Woodlands Drive, Singapore 730900

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  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults, Parent - Child

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About Craft Parties
Curious about certain craft forms? Our artseen craft parties aim to provide quick taster sessions of a craft form taught by specialised artisans. Throughout the programme, there will also be a craft booth display pertaining to the craft form, and our booth facilitators will be on hand to recommend suitable craft books and craft projects for your exploration –  bring home a book to accompany your project!

Our craft parties are suitable for youths and adults, but children aged 7 – 12 are welcome as long as they have an adult to work alongside them.

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SILKSCREEN BAGS
 
11 February 2018, Sunday
Craft Party operates from 2pm – 6pm, sessions are conducted in 40-minute intervals
This registration page is for 2:40pm – 3:20pm.
 
Silkscreen printing (or screen printing) is a printing technique where paint is passed through a mesh stencil template onto a surface. In this craft party, How To Ink will guide you on how to silkscreen a drawstring bag using the basic shapes of our Artseen logo! Through multi-layered prints, you will get to compose and customise your own unique pattern graphics!
 
About the Instructors
How To Ink is a team of graphic designers with a passion for printmaking and handicrafts. The name is a literal translation of the Chinese characters 凹凸印 (Āo Tú Yìn), and like printmaking, it utilises negative and positive moulds to produce certain impressions on paper. Thus, How To Ink translates into the team's philosophy of learning about printmaking and handicraft and sharing their knowledge with everyone. Of course, this includes having fun in the process of picking up a new skill.

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NOTE
  • We will only allow 1 unique name per ticket. Multiple time slots are not allowed for the same individual. Should this arise, we will only select the earliest time slot registered under the individual.
  • Do be punctual for your timeslot. Seats for registered participants will only be held for 5 minutes on the programme date, after which they will be released for walk-in participants.
  • For any further enquiries, please contact arts@nlb.gov.sg.

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