Due to popular demand, Ingrid Anderson is now offering screen printing workshops from her Mahurangi East studio!
"Loved it! Straight to the techniques so we could make the most of the 2 days. Informative , helpful and humorous"
"Excellent tutoring and course content"
"Excellent - learned lots and at a good speed. Lots of great ideas - inspiring! Excellent with lots of support"
WHAT WILL I LEARN FROM A WORKSHOP WITH INGRID?
You will begin by learning the basic techniques then develop and practice these on your own designs.
Focus will be on teaching the process of how to create a hand-cut stencil which can be a simple one-colour screen print or a more complex three-colour print using registration and pattern repeat. Developing a print using overlays of colour, negative and positive imagery will also be covered.
Later in the course there will be a chance to create stencils digitally using the Circuit machine. Advanced courses will offer photo stencilling where you will be taught how to use positives and UV exposure techniques onto screens.
You will have a chance to design some cushion covers, an apron, tote bag or a handmade gift of your choice.
This course also makes a great gift for those who love arts and craft.
To get the most out of this course think ahead about what type of design you'd like to print (bring A3 print outs of simple images).
OTHER COURSE OPTIONS
Customised workshops for corporate or Christmas events - Treat your staff to a fun and creative screen printing workshop (location offsite to be discussed).
Professional development workshops– Ingrid is a registered secondary technology teacher who can offer tailored workshops in conjunction with the NZ curriculum.
Get in touch so we can work out a time that suits you.
USE THE FORM BELOW TO ENQUIRE
Ingrid is one of New Zealand’s well-known textile designers whose work has been acquired by the Auckland Museum.
She creates screen printed fabrics with an innate connection to local design, heritage and contemporary art. Her designs are inspired by a love of New Zealand’s native flora and fauna and are recognisable with her use of simple motifs and bold flat colour.
Ingrid has a strong social and environmental conscience and chooses to support local product and services wherever possible.
All her products are designed printed and made in New Zealand.