The session will start with a simple collage exercise, then you will be shown step by step how to create a paper stencil from your collage composition and then how to get your design ready to be screen printed onto a tote bag (which will be provided) or any other textile garment you want to bring along.
Any age and all skill levels are WELCOME…! You will get to take your unique, hand printed tote bag home with you.
Beth Farmer is a founding member of Print Clan. She is a practicing textile artist who is also an active member of the Aural Textiles research project. She works part time as an expressive arts facilitator with different groups across the city of Glasgow. This work focuses on helping participants to experience personal transformations which build resilience and empower them to effectively face personal challenges. Beth has a background in photography and worked for many years in The Netherlands, where she developed a passion for printed textiles. Her current focus is to build a unique textiles community in Glasgow through the development of the outreach work, open access textile printing services and workshops offered by Print Clan.