Screen Printing Workshop

Screen Printing Workshop

Learn How to Screen Print Using Photo Emulsion

Art and Craft
Sewing and textiles



1 - 10




Learn how to screen-print your own designs (or a studio design) from exposing screens with photo emulsion and a light box to printing then stripping the screens. Plenty of room for experimentation.

Each participant shall receive an item to print ie either a t-shirt, tea towel or tote bag. There will be swatch fabric and textured papers to develop your skills on too.

Opportunity to join and have access to using the facility for future printing.

This class is ideal for those seeking a new skill or refreshing old skills, making handmade gifts, starting your own business, making your own band merch and for those just interested in a creative way to pass time.

Groups welcome.

Duration shall vary from 2-4hrs depending on the number of participants.

library_books Knowledge Required

No knowledge required. First timers welcome.

build Equipment Needed

All materials will be provided.

If you would like to print your own design please bring it printed out in solid black (no grey tone) on white A4-A3 size thin 80gsm photocopy paper otherwise we will use a studio design.

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This class is a fun option for rainy days.


21 Maud Lane Marrickville


Carizza  Teague
Carizza Teague
(Carizza Designs)

7 years experience teaching

I’ve been facilitating open to the public DIY screen-printing studios in Sydney for the past 7 years across a few independent creative spaces such as Anyplace studios in Rozelle, Blackwire records in Annandale and currently run The Printroom out of Monster Mouse Studios in the industrial landscape of Marrickville.

I studied textile design at the Eastern Sydney Institute of Technology and instead of being disheartened by the move of hand printing to digital forms and sitting behind a computer all day. I decided to start my own studio. This could not have been achieved without the support and head start afforded to me by Anyplace projects- a group of folks who reclaimed unused buildings and transformed them into creative community driven spaces.

I spend most of my time teaching ppl how to screen print, shibori dye fabrics and other surface design techniques. I print a lot of band merch for friends and friends I haven’t met and help run Monster Mouse Studios a
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Review by (attended on 24 Jan 2018)

Lovely one on one experience learning how to screen print. Great price for the experience, I am keen to continue learning the skills. Carizza certainly know her craft and was a pleasure to work with. I made a teatowel and with my practise scraps I made this beautiful lamp shade when I got home. Thanks Carizza

Sewing and textiles workshop review by Tarja