Please note that Museum Members receive 10% off the price of tuition. Advanced registration is required. Please call (713) 522-4652 to register.
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Class: Silkscreen T-Shirts and Posters
Learn the basics of silkscreen to print your own t-shirts and posters! Charles Criner, the Museum’s Artist in Residence, guides students through the process of choosing a design, building the frame, and burning the screen using the photo-emulsion method, transparent film, or the touch and glue method. Proper inks and color applications will also be […]
Instructor: Charles Criner
Charles Criner is the Artist in Residence at The Printing Museum. Charles is the kind of artist that likes to “exhaust” the medium. He “pulls” his prints in black and white, then in color, and on top of that he sometimes adds acrylic over the print to produce original paintings on paper. He, however, is also parsimonious, or rather, enjoys the limitations of using only three colors and no more to make his prints. Furthermore, he is the kind of artist / craftsman who prizes the concrete relationship between himself and his work. Criner always pulls prints himself, never letting other professional printers do this for him.
Class: Panel Discussion: Freelancing & Small Business
If you’re a creative freelancer or a small business owner, you’re probably curious how others navigate ongoing demands. Join AIGA Houston and The Printing Museum for a panel discussion created specifically for mid-career design professionals. By attending this lively panel discussion, those seeking advice and dialogue can expect to glean how other local creative freelancers […]
Class: Hard Cover Accordion Book
In this workshop you’ll learn how to construct a hardcover accordion-style book based on Hedi Kyle’s non-adhesive cover design. Students will be guided through the unique process of preparing an accordion text block as well as assembling fully covered boards without the help of adhesive! This unique structure includes a removable spine piece which allows […]
Class: Hand Papermaking
Papermaking is an engaging and physical process that you can do right in your own home or workspace. Learn the basic elements of this ancient art as the instructor leads the class through the process of preparing the vat of pulp, pulling a sheet with a mould and deckle, couching the sheet, then pressing the […]
Instructor: Kathy Gurwell
Kathy Gurwell has years experience in the fields of paper and printing, beginning with her graphic arts study in Paris and continuing as a Curator Fellow at Tamarind Lithography Institute in Albuquerque, NM and most recently at the Museo della Carta in Fabriano, Italy. She has demonstrated papermaking in San Francisco, Santa Fe, and Houston, where she now lives. Her artistry in this field was recognized a few years ago when Lord & Taylor invited her to display and sell her products at a show of Santa Fe artists in their principal New York City store. More recently she was commissioned to make a 40 x 40 in. piece of paper for the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
Class: Advanced Typography: A Workshop
This class will be a hands on workshop where participants will learn best practices for choosing type and advanced typesetting, working with a grid system (and when to break it), as well as how to think conceptually with type. Students will explore and appreciate typography through experimentation. Materials Needed: Laptop with Adobe InDesign or Illustrator […]
Instructor: Jennifer Blanco
Jennifer Blanco is a principal and designer at Houston-based Spindletop Design, a firm specializing in branding, web site, and publication design services. She is also co-founder of the letterpress studio Workhorse Printmakers, as well as Product Superior, which offers paper goods and custom invitation design. Blanco studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and currently serves on the board of directors of AIGA Houston as Vice President.
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