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March for workshops / Silkscreen printing by PIY
The workshop will be hosted by the PIY team – Print it Yourself – which organizes silkscreen printing seminars and workshops, at their custom-built space. Their goal is to impart the art of silkscreen printing the most integrated and practical way they can. The first part of the workshop at TAF / the art foundation’s gallery will be about the basic theory of silkscreen printing and talks from the instructors and at the second part the participants will have the chance to print on paper themselves.
The workshop is addressed to everyone and there is no need for the participants to have any past knowledge about the workshop’s subject.
Limited seats available. To participate in the workshops contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 210 3238 757.
Antonis Daktilidis / Curator & Host [Having come to the world of screen printing in young age, he has specialised in materials and techniques that are needed in a modern professional or amateur silkscreen world. Driven by innovation of materials, specialisation of knowledge, quality and professionalism offers widely his knowledge of screen printing and its applications.]
FUZZ INK / Instructor - Printing Workshops [Fuzz Ink. Screen printing shop. We print and make dirty. Very dirty. Self-taught, inhibited, supposedly perfectionists and ignorant. Workaholics, amateur and porters. Our mission: to print on any surface of the planet.]
TIND – Manolis Angelakis / Instructor - Printing Workshops [Manolis Angelakis, a.k.a. Tind, lives and works in Athens. Prints on a variety of materials with contemporary and older methods and specialising in screen printing. Although he has graphic design background, excellent knowledge in serigraphy arising from work next to his father at a very young age. Today, they work together and learn specialised aspects of screen printing to one another.]
Kostas GOTZA Zisimopoulos / Instructor - Design & Printing Workshops [Gotza studied graphic design and did a master's degree in visual communication. He loved the silk-screen as a fan of psychedelic posters of the 60s, Pop Art Aesthetics and gig posters of the 90s. Among other things, he considers the DIY aspect of silkscreen to be particularly charming. At PIY he will share his silk-screen experiences so far.]
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