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Screen Printing Night with Yaimel Lopez
April 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Learn the basics of screen printing, and practice these techniques at home with your family and friends. After this session, you will be able to independently learn more about how to be creative and play around with these versatile screen printing techniques.
Supplies you will need for the workshop:
-Sheets of Paper (as many as you have))
-An old card (debit, credit from a coffee shop…)
-Scissors or cutter
-Piece of silk for Screen Printing (Can be purchased through Amazon or at any art supplies stores)
About the artist:
Yaimel Lopez is a Cuban artist with more than 10-year experience in graphic design and illustration, Yaimel has been working in Cuba with institutions such as the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, La Casa de Las Américas, and the Cuban Institute of Cinema. Since making Vancouver his new home, he has been involved in projects with Burnaby neighbourhood House, Watari Counselling & Support Services Society, and VLAFF.
His artistic focus includes editorial design and illustrations for magazines, books, and social media, poster design for cultural events, logos, infographics and motion graphics. In addition to his designer-illustrator career, Yaimel’s personal artwork has been exhibited in Cuba, New Zeeland and the United States as part of group exhibitions.
Although this is a Free Event, registrations are necessary. Click here to get your free tickets.