n this printmaking process the artist first applies a stencil to mesh screen and then uses a squeegee to push ink through the screen to the surface below. Screen print is a relatively fast and non-toxic means for printing multiple-color images onto a wide range of surfaces. Instruction includes hand-drawn and photo-emulsion stencils using reductive methods, make-ready, and digital halftones. Culminates in an assignment that emphasizes the connections between the medium and the message, stressing innovative presentations and how they affect meaning. There may be a class fee assessed to your student account.