Open today until 5pm


Instructor: Meaghan Morrow

July 15, 22, 29 from 10am – 4pm

3-day course, Saturdays; 3-week workshop

Class size 4-6, All Levels

$425 members, $475 non-members

Cost includes most needed materials and instruction


To be placed on the waitlist, please email Workshop Coordinator Toni Miraldi at

This workshop is designed for beginner printmakers wanting to learn the foundations of screen printing. Participants will explore the fundamentals of this versatile stencil making process using both drawn and digital subjects.

The workshop will begin with the basics of photographic screen making, with the majority of the workshop focusing on reductive and hand painted stencil techniques. Using a direct to screen reductive painting, participants will build the coordination, confidence, and muscle memory it takes to print successfully, and will create a complex image using basic foundational techniques.

At the end of the three class sessions, participants will have a solid understanding of how to plan subject matter and expose screens, and will have practiced registration, printing, and reclaiming screens.

Questions? Please email Workshop Coordinator Toni Miraldi at

MEAGHAN MORROW received her Associates Degree in Graphic Design and illustration at Pratt Institute Manhattan, then moved onto complete her BFA in Illustration at Pratt Institute Brooklyn. Through pursuing illustration, Meaghan explored print techniques as a medium and quickly grew a love for printmaking. For six years Meaghan worked as Workshop Coordinator, Assistant Printer, and Media Coordinator at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking; working collaboratively with instructors and artist members to create one of a kind fine art prints. She is currently pursuing a career in graphic design at Fairfield University.