Craft Lake Artist Workshop Series: Screen Printing: “Getting Down and Dirty with the Basics” @ Copper Palate Press (May 21)
Craft Lake City announces the fourth workshop of the Craft Lake Artist Workshop Series: Screen Printing: “Getting Down and Dirty with the Basics” with Copper Palate Press (160 E. 200 S. Unit B) on May 21.
SALT LAKE CITY – Craft Lake City is delighted to announce the fourth installment in the Craft Lake Artist Workshop Series: Screen Printing: “Getting Down and Dirty with the Basics” with Copper Palate Press (copperpalatepress.com). A group of Copper Palate Press artists will teach workshop attendees the fundamentals of screen printing, step by step, guiding groups of participants through burning a screen to creating high-quality, one-color prints for posters.
The workshop will take place on Monday, May 21 at Copper Palate Press, a local full-service screen printing and design agency located at 160 E. 200 S. Unit B behind Fice and Este. This is a two-hour, all-ages event with a $5 materials fee.
Craft Lake City has created the Craft Lake Artist Workshop Series in an effort to not only support the handmade, DIY community, but also educate and encourage others to get involved. Happening every other month at different locations, participants are taught a simple craft by Alum Artists of the Craft Lake City festival.
About CLC: Craft Lake City is an outdoor alternative arts festival held in August every year at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City, UT. CLC was started in 2009 by Angela H. Brown, editor and publisher of SLUG Magazine, as a way to showcase the local do it yourself culture. The festival features over 180 local vendors, along with live entertainment that includes craft demonstrations, street performers and musical acts, and local food vendors. Craft Lake City has filed paperwork with the IRS and is awaiting non-profit 501 (c)(3) approval.
About Copper Palate Press: Copper Palate Press is a local full-service screen printing and design agency in Salt Lake City. Copper Palate provides residency for 12 different artists who produce high-quality prints and T-shirts available on location at 160 E. 200 S. Unit B, behind Fice and Este.