Screen Printing In The Classroom

By Paula Briggs

Screen printing is a very enabling activity – it’s great fun and creates excellent outcomes, but because it normally requires expensive screens and lots of space, most schools aren’t able to explore it as a medium. This post shares a simple method for screen printing in the classroom without specialist or expensive equipment, which makes it easier for you to manage in school. Watch all 3 videos to find out about preparation, process and cleaning.

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Pulling Screen Away From Paper by Paula Briggs


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