Thu, May 13, 2021 6:00 P.M.
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Presented in collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum.
Learn to screenprint, a process where ink is pulled over a stencil to transfer a printed image onto cloth or paper. Create your own print with layers of imagery, as you enjoy an evening of poetry and rituals of care with The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) and visual artist and poet Jonathan Lyndon Chase. Chase’s exhibition Big Wash, which explores queer Black domestic intimacy, is currently on view at FWM.
A limited number of at-home screen printing kits will be available to the first 30 registrants. For those who would like to participate after the kits are claimed, a materials list will be shared on how to create your own at-home screen printing kit with simple items.
Registrants will receive a Zoom event link and will be contacted closer to the event to schedule a time to pick up kits from The Fabric Workshop and Museum.
Photo by Carlos Avendaño (Jonathan Lyndon Chase designing a repeat pattern during their residency at The Fabric Workshop and Museum in 2019).