New Orleans, LA
Teem seeks to educate students in digital design skills, image preparation, printmaking techniques, dissemination methods and visual strategy to sharpen our movements’ ability to communicate, disrupt and intervene in spectacle society.
For four days, students will be hands on learning screen-printing, risograph, offset lithography, publication layout, design for print as well as partaking in conversations and lectures to connect practical with theoretical knowledge. We will exercise, eat, and take care of the space together while producing material. Participants will leave the program with not just the printing and design skills to produce effective propaganda, but also a know-how about starting (and continuing) an autonomous printshop.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule is likely to shift substantially and will be flexible to student needs/desires.
Nov.1- Talks and Discussion
(4:00pm) Propaganda 101: Form and Function
(5:00pm) Visual strategy/dissemination strategy: Discussion
(6:30pm) Workshop projects
(8:00pm) Talk TBD
(10:00am-2:00pm) Digital Design for Print: Brief overview of Illustrator and Photoshop on how to create a poster or stickers and how to edit photos for print. Students can come with specific questions for projects they are working on or interested in.
(3:00pm-8:00pm) InDesign/Layout: Brief overview of InDesign – how to layout a zine or multiple page item.
Nov.3- Screenprinting and Risography
(10:00am-12:00pm) Screenprinting 101: Crash course walking through every step of spreenprinting process. Brief explanation of process, coating screens, positive images do’s and don’t’s, exposing screens, preparing the table and screen, registration concepts, printing, troubleshooting strategies, washing/reclaiming screens.
(12:30pm-2:00pm) Individual or collaborative projects: Students print a project they developed during the workshop, using either what they developed in digital design or material brought from home.
(3:00pm-4:00pm) Risography: Brief rundown of how to print using a risograph machine.
(4:00pm-8:00pm) Individual or collaborative projects: Students continue to print a project they developed during the workshop, using either what they developed in digital design or material brought from home.
Nov.4- Finishing Projects
(10:00am-2:00pm) Individual or collaborative projects: Students continue to print a project they developed during the workshop, using either what they developed in digital design or material brought from home.
(3:00pm-8:00pm) Finish projects: Students finish projects they have developed over the weekend.